hurdle in a sentence
Example sentences for hurdle
This, however, would require overcoming the highest hurdle of all: the political and economic consensus for low inflation.
Another tricky hurdle is accounting for variable traction and terrain.
Instead, they cast around for businesses to buy, or try to hurdle the chasm with what they have got.
While this hurdle might turn off some potential users, it seems to have created the sense of exclusivity that's added to the buzz.
True, interest rates have been falling, so perhaps hurdle rates should be adjusted.
The biggest remaining hurdle is that people don't know about volunteer computing.
All this non-wage compensation is a hurdle for employers.
In the past, the biggest hurdle to effective recycling was developing a steady, stable market for recycled materials.
The higher the hurdle rate, the less likely a consumer will invest in energy efficiency.
Although you have options in terms of access points, each comes with its own hurdle.
Here she takes a bold run at the linguistic challenge, only to fall at the hurdle of the first vowel sound.
With that hurdle behind it, work has been under way to get it up and running.
The chief hurdle it has to take is the high standard of its predecessors.
Finding short-term housing in each city was perhaps the biggest hurdle.
Drawing enough manpower to fuel the project is yet another hurdle.
The remaining hurdle, admittedly a high one, is to collect the current from the antennae.
Getting the bags to a recycling facility in the first place may be a hurdle as well.
Government is supposed to be a crutch for the private sector, but it's becoming a hurdle for national employment.
Perhaps the creepy factor will be a hurdle to over come when marketing house-hold walking robots and things of that sort.
But the political challenge for government will be a much more difficult hurdle to clear.
The big hurdle is holding the two paradigms in one's mind at the same time, and comparing.
Graduating more physicians is one step, but finding spots for them to train as medical residents remains a hurdle.
One engineering hurdle remains before the sensors are ready for such applications, however.
But stimulating their sparse natural production remains a hurdle in developing an antiviral therapy.
The final hurdle involved teaching the pigs to line up the cursor with an icon on the screen.
For many students and their families, scraping together the money to pay for college is a big enough hurdle on its own.
The final hurdle overcome by the manufacturers was the packaging and storage of espresso.
But there is a big hurdle, and it is not simply name recognition.
Another anticipated hurdle would be the intense heat at launch from one planet and the heat at impact on another.
Proposed scenic byway clears first hurdle in state approval process.
It's this cost that has traditionally been the hurdle over which video calling has stumbled.
There is much to be done, but one major hurdle is that the programs are patented.
The robot uses a powerful leg to help hurdle itself over tall barriers.
One hurdle, phone companies say, is that mobile phone coverage inside homes and businesses often isn't as good as it is outside.
One major hurdle to the widespread adoption of electric vehicles is the time needed to recharge them.
The biggest hurdle the researchers face might be public approval.
The biggest hurdle is the apparent unpredictability of individual behaviour.
One hurdle in quantum computing is getting the information to last long enough to use it.
The more the financial system costs to run, the higher the hurdle.
Not having the biggest hurdle would be quite and advantage.
You're right, that is a pretty insurmountable hurdle.
First, that foursome won the shuttle hurdle relay for the second straight year.
Converting that power into propulsion is another crucial hurdle.
There is no theoretical process that would prevent that from happening so this is a high hurdle indeed.
Our first hurdle has been understanding the magnitude of the challenge.
But going from a couple of prototypes to large teams of robots will mean overcoming a big hurdle: energy.
The biggest hurdle facing solar power is cost-effectiveness.
It was an impossible hurdle for them, as it has been for so many since then.
You've introduced a prohibitive psychological hurdle for kids who want to get their food and go.
Another hurdle was to build a system that could power up in less than five seconds.
But as in imperial times, the country's scale can prove more of a hurdle than an opportunity.
Mutant hitchhikers may become a major hurdle in the quest to send humans deeper into the galaxy, scientists say.
The same region may also be responsible for relapses, the major hurdle in treating drug addiction in people.
Biggest hurdle: getting the robot to convert those captured mollusks into usable energy.
The second hurdle for a would-be lawyer is the bar exam itself.
Actually, that's not the only hurdle this needs to clear.
The work requirement, according to the developer, has been the biggest hurdle.
In order to overcome this hurdle, one would have to essentially teleport around the galaxy.
Those that don't make it over that hurdle never make it to kitchen trials.
The third hurdle will be convincing private pilots, who pride themselves on self-reliance, to buy and install the system.
In marketing their remarkable illusions, the proprietors faced an enormous hurdle.
The best communication skills in the world mean nothing if that first hurdle isn't met.
Had he agreed to surmount that hurdle they would have certainly set another before him.
While this option is interesting, it seems to share one major hurdle with cloning: it will be cost prohibitive.
The promotion-and-tenure committee had easily approved his third-year review-allegedly the crucial hurdle on the path to tenure.
But once conquered, these long living people who choose not to change may be the biggest hurdle to progress after that.