challenge

[n] - a demanding or stimulating situation 2. [n] - a call to engage in a contest or fight 3. [n] - a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror 4. [n] - questioning a statement and demanding an explanation 5. [n] - a demand by a sentry for a password or identification 6. [v] - take exception to 7
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Challenge

Chal'lenge noun [ Middle English chalenge claim, accusation, challenge, Old French chalenge , chalonge , claim, accusation, contest, from Latin calumnia false accusation, chicanery. See Calumny .] 1. An invitation to engage in a contest or controversy of any
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Challenge

Chal'lenge transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Challenged ; present participle & verbal noun Challenging .] [ Middle English chalengen to accuse, claim, Old French chalengier , chalongier , to claim, accuse
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Challenge

Chal'lenge intransitive verb To assert a right; to claim a place. « Where nature doth with merit challenge . Shak. »
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challenge

noun a call to engage in a contest or fight
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challenge

noun a demanding or stimulating situation; `they reacted irrationally to the challenge of Russian power`
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challenge

verb issue a challenge to; `Fischer challenged Spassky to a match`
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challenge

gainsay verb take exception to; `She challenged his claims`
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challenge

(chal´әnj) to administer a chemical substance to a patient for observation of whether the normal physiological response occurs. in immunology, to administer antigen to evoke an immunologic response in a previously sensitized individual. the administration of such a substance in order to asses...
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Challenge

• (n.) The opening and crying of hounds at first finding the scent of their game. • (v. i.) To assert a right; to claim a place. • (n.) The act of a sentry in halting any one who appears at his post, and demanding the countersign. • (n.) An exception to a person as not legally qualified to vote. The challenge must be made when t
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Challenge

[1933] Challenge was a tabloid-sized monthly newspaper established in Chicago in April 1933 which served as the official organ of the Young People`s Socialist League, youth section of the Socialist Party of America. The publication was subsequently renamed The Challenge of Youth and continued in existence through 1946. ==Publication history
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Challenge

[album] Challenge is a 1969 album by Flower Travellin` Band, credited to Yuya Uchida and the Flowers. It featured mainly cover songs, and was a means for producer Yuya Uchida to explore the emerging psychedelic rock movement outside his own career, and to introduce the work of upcoming bands such as Cream, Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jeffer
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Challenge

[2009 film] ==Plot== It is an action comedy film. Subhashree portrays a girl with an extremely conservative/obsessive father. Her father just can’t tolelate any other guy looking at his daughter face to face. He can not accept any boy who tries to be friend with his daughter. He terrifies, beats everybody to protect his daughter. Subhashr
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Challenge

[Communist journal] Challenge is the name of organisational publications of two separate known communist groups. The first is a magazine periodical produced by the British Young Communist League, the youth wing of the Communist Party of Britain. The first issue came out in March 1935. The aim of the journal is, according to the YCL, to cove
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Challenge

[literature] The American Library Association (ALA) defines a challenge to literature as an attempt by a person or group of people to have materials, such as books, removed from a library or school curriculum, or otherwise restricted. Merely objecting to material is not a challenge without the attempt to remove or restrict access to those m
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Challenge

[cycle and car] Challenge started to make cycles in Foleshill, Coventry, England in 1903, and they also made a Challenge light car from about 1912 to 1915. They moved into new premises on Fosehill Road, Coventry in about 1906 to 1907, which consisted of an impressive symmetrical red-brick office building with sheds behind. The Edwardian off
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challenge

  1. a demanding or stimulating situation
  2. a call to engage in a contest or fight
  3. questioning a statement and demanding an explanation
  4. a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror
  5. a demand by a sentry for a password or identification

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challenge

call for energetic work or action
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Challenge

This word has several significations. 1. It is an exception or objection to a juror. 2. A call by one person upon another to a single combat, which is said to be a challenge to fight.
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Challenge

(n) Challenge is the method by which an attorney in a trial objects the position taken by a jury in a trial when the juror has shown a conflict of interest or prejudice. Once challenged judge must resolve the issue else the attorney can move peremptory challenge.
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challenge

n. the right of each attorney in a jury trial to request that a juror be excused. There may be a "challenge for cause" on the basis the juror had admitted prejudice or shows some obvious conflict of interest (e.g. the juror used to work for the defendant or was once charged with the same type of crime) which the judge must resolve. If the juror is
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Challenge

[gasoline] Challenge! is a New Zealand petrol brand of Caltex New Zealand, whose parent company is Chevron Corporation. Challenge! stations are often found in small New Zealand towns, both in the North and South Islands. The petrol station itself, is usually limited with fuel and amenities available, but does stock petrol and diesel, and a
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Challenge

[game magazine] Challenge was a role-playing game magazine published by Game Designers` Workshop between 1986 and 1996. Announced in Journal of the Travellers Aid Society No. 22, the new (at the time unnamed) magazine was going to expand JTAS to a larger format (8.5`×11`) and add coverage of GDW`s new game Twilight 2000 and other games. Th
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Challenge

[1984 film] Challenge (ఛాలెంజ్) is a 1984 Telugu film directed by A. Kodandarami Reddy. It stars Chiranjeevi, Rao Gopal Rao, Suhasini Mani Ratnam, and Vijayashanti in the lead roles. Maestro Ilayaraja composed music for the film. This film is based on fiction work by Yandamoori Veerendranath titled `Dabbu to the power of Dabbu
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Challenge

[Scrabble] In the game of Scrabble, a challenge is the act of one player questioning the validity of one or more words formed by another player in the most recent turn. If one or more of the challenged words is not in the previously agreed-upon dictionary, the challenged player loses his turn. If the challenged words are acceptable, the cha
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