Whether Zardari, or any civilian government, can navigate that dilemma is uncertain.
With concerts and plays the intermission often proves a bit of dilemma.
Actually, the issue of plural vs. singular is orthogonal to the dilemma she wants to pose.
Li was discussing the dilemma with an old professor at Balliol College, Oxford.
She could have added: the president himself has made this dilemma much worse.
This I had not heard, and in my dilemma I went to him to impart my plans and ask advice.
I had stated her husband's dilemma clearly, I believed fairly.
This is the dilemma which has to be faced by advocates of public workshops.
The submerged middies were now in a dilemma they had not dreamed of.
Only a short while; then the thought comes to them in the shape of a dilemma—Miss Lees being the first to perceive it.
1520s, from Late Latin dilemma, from Greek dilemma "double proposition," a technical term in rhetoric, from di- "two" + lemma "premise, anything received or taken," from root of lambanein "to take" (see analemma). It should be used only of situations where someone is forced to choose between two alternatives, both unfavorable to him. But even logicians disagree on whether certain situations are dilemmas or mere syllogisms.