As a historian, I have often had to contend with the question of how far to take the Bloomsbury approach.
Our gifted opponent, and his talented and exceptionally disciplined staff, were enough of a challenge to contend with.
Romney is probably going to have to contend with him for a while.
The game has a diverse set of political policies you can pursue and many different factions to contend with.
He will also have to contend with the return of Carmelo Anthony, who is not known for giving up shots to other players.
Thus, in the last war, you had to contend with the whole city; but now with only a small portion.
There are a lot of things to contend with at first; you won't enjoy it at all, to begin with.
Unable to contend with them alone, he formed a partnership with Heidegger, proprietor of the King's Theatre, in 1729.
Nor was this the only evil with which she had now to contend.
It is against this fatal tendency to vile play that we have chiefly to contend.