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In theology practically every statement on a major issue is bound to be contestable and controversial, and God is the biggest issue of all.
But, commensurately, we have a high responsibility to science itself as an open system of contestable evidence.
It does have a number of contestable issues in it, and the member has alerted the House to some of them.
Firstly, there is a contestable question of fact about historic significance.
Except that we received much more challenging and contestable papers that opened up the question of culture by showing it rather than saying it.
Romantic appeal aside, many of Mitchell's claims are contestable, and deserve to be challenged.
Knowledge is particular and perspectival, and as such is always contestable.
What counts in analogical comparison is, within limits, inherently contestable.
Policing is becoming not only central to our understanding of citizenship, it is becoming a contestable political issue as never before.
All of a sudden the policies they thought the Libs could never contest have become fully contestable and electoral dynamite.
So that deciding contestable moral questions by reference to what any particular person would think about them loses its validity.
Every tackle, every throw-in, every debatable decision is furiously contestable so that the hero can redeem United's followers.
To postulate the reality of the latter is in fact very dubious, because it relies on a contestable empirical claim that simply cannot be sustained.
Although children cannot be transferred without parental permission, the validity of their consent is contestable.
It is a political document, full of contestable characterizations, but it provides some useful specifics to consider.
Almost any answer to such questions is as contestable as any other.
The fact is that the policy advice I provide is now contestable.
Public services have become contestable in an open market and many functions have been outsourced or are now delivered in partnership with the private sector.
It is in part because of the existence of Community schemes for regional assistance, and because the proper boundary of regional assistance is itself a contestable issue.
However, matters of clarity are, ironically, often contestable.
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The contestable area lay in the Middle States and in the Carolinas.
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