Oraciones con la palabra "contentious"

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1. This was a contentious, mostly.
2. That shouldn't be very contentious.
3. Could things get more contentious?
4. The ranting and whining became contentious at times.
5. The people of Europa were certainly a contentious lot.
6. It had been as contentious as hers had been congenial.
7. The TRP system in India is highly skewed and contentious.

8. I had gone through a divorce that was somewhat contentious.
9. But if one is inclined to be contentious, we have no other.
10. However, after the service he got into difficult and contentious.
11. Yet the teaching of evolution to schoolchildren is still a contentious.
12. Of course, the honorary membership’s value is a more contentious issue.
13. Suppose we call it the contentious or ambitious--would the term be suitable?
14. It was a contentious and largely unsupported scheme, but it caught my interest.
15. Contentious as Brandor’s plan was, there were other details about the Tomb that the.
16. But if any man seems to be contentious, we have no such custom, neither the churches of.
17. Pro 21:19 It is better to dwell in the wilderness, than with a contentious and an angry woman.
18. Kulkarni had also played an important role in shaping Advani’s contentious homage to Jinnah.
19. Nothing contentious, you understand, but only an indication that there are greater deeps beyond.
20. On the streets, the BJP’s war cry, ‘Har Har Modi, Ghar Ghar Modi’, was proving contentious.
21. It is contentious mainly due to the enormous amounts of material and manpower mobilised by Harris.
22. In this manner the revolutionists had to contend with contentious factions both foreign and domestic.
23. This is a contentious matter where two principled conservatives might reach a different policy conclusion.
24. Of course, by then, Muhammad had successfully arbitrated the contentious issue plaguing Meccans at that time.
25. Now, we both know what a contentious issue that has been, especially in light of the scandals over at city hall.
26. While valuations were high there were both buyers and sellers; market mispricing was more contentious in real time.
27. The harm to workers’ health by repeated and prolonged exposure to the dangerous chemicals became a contentious issue.
28. Another ethically contentious facet of Bitcoin is that miners expend enormous amounts of energy when mining for bitcoins.
29. There was a formal debate on the always contentious proposition that the East is a better place to live than the West.
30. It is not surprising why abortion has remained one of the most contentious political issues since the Supreme Courts Roe v.
31. Time diversification—the idea that stock market investing becomes less risky with a longer horizon—is a contentious issue.
32. The pair were speeding away into the distant gray by the time that the contentious revellers became aware of what had happened.
33. The Lord dwells in men that love peace because He loved peace; but from the contentious and the utterly wicked He is far distant.
34. He briefly toyed with the idea of convening a council meeting but knew how contentious that could be if aluminum was flashing in the area.
35. Since their introduction in 1985 Legislative Council proceedings had become more animated, contentious and at times divisive in character.
36. Because of the ongoing contentious relationship between Bobby Kennedy, who as the attorney general was head of the Justice Department, and J.
37. Those who bought Century bonds at the bottom and held them through a contentious and protracted legal process enjoyed a return of over 400%.
38. That evening, she and Gladys had a contentious exchange about it, ending with Norma Jeane telling her mother to never interfere with my career again.
39. The crowds at Gandhi Maidan and beyond had discovered a Modi trying to unshackle himself from a contentious past and evolve into the hope for the future.
40. The BJP had built its cadres in UP on the back of the contentious Ram Janmabhoomi agitation, attempting to fill the vacuum left behind by the shrinking Congress.
41. The massive voting turnout emerged to finally settle the contentious issue of having to be within the bounds of a certain BMI in order to renew a driver’s license.
42. Now, he’s dead after a rather contentious meeting with the other committee members about the convention center project and a stop by the Flamingo Beachwear Store.
43. They have had generally bad experiences when they tried to influence managers to change direction, and they are not contentious enough by temperament to enjoy the struggle.
44. The House minority leader and Senate president pro tempore had shown up together a minute ago, grabbing a much-needed photo op in the middle of a contentious legislative session.
45. The director may really need the money for the children’s education, to pay death duties, to buy a small chateau in the Dordogne, or to fund a contentious and expensive divorce.
46. Whatever the name, the peacemaking pipe is almost universal in North America as a symbol of settling grievances and coming to terms—but typically only the most contentious of terms.
47. Intolerance, a contentious spirit, or any other disposition to interfere with the smooth running of the community would bring about the prompt and summary dismissal of the offending teacher.
48. Twenty-two thousand Koorivars is still a manageable number, but selecting a location for them could be contentious, especially if they intend to reproduce quickly and expand their population.
49. However, his wish to be rid of the vexatious problem was fulfilled, not by divine means but by temporal tools of the kar sevaks who pulled down the contentious structure that 6th December 1992.
50. When Abraham Lincoln won the election for President of the United States in 1860 despite not being on the ballot in nine Southern states, the spark was set to the smoldering, contentious issue of slavery.
51. After what the Washington Post called one of the most contentious and public confirmation hearings in American history,1 Thomas was confirmed, but many deep wounds were opened, with implications lasting even until today.
52. And the best way to hide a conspiracy is to flood the market with competitively promoted interpretations of the same contentious phenomena – 'Choose coal if you want a future, or oil if you want game over climate change.
53. He suffered stoically, accepting the pain as a solitary struggle, until a dizzy spell after a contentious filibuster in 2176 forced Henry Marek to haul him into the office of the distinguished neurologist Doctor Phillip deGuire.
54. There are many contentious issues related to religious and ancient cultures, such as female circumcision, which are confined to small communities in the under developed world, many of which are still cut off from the modern world.
55. Were their young lives sacrificed in vain, and did area bombing really shorten the war? Was the bomber offensive a legitimate act of war or was it a crime against humanity? These are some of the issues that continue to be contentious.
56. Their main criteria are supposed to be derived from the requirement that the accounts represent a true and fair view, but increasingly they prefer the less contentious approach of saying the figures have been compiled in line with the rules.
57. This event, possibly one of the most contentious of the twentieth century, occurred after the Japanese military leadership, who, in order to save face, chose to ignore President Truman's Potsdam proclamation calling for unconditional surrender.
58. Delayed land clearances, contentious tax amendments, FIRs against leading industrialists, high expenditure on social welfare programmes in a period of low growth—bombarded with such negatives, corporate India was desperately looking for their white knight.
59. Why not the moulanas of the Muslim Personal Law Board of India take the lead in not only reviewing the ‘out of tune’ features of their faith but also in seeking an honorable compromises with the Hindus on all contentious issues as Muhammad had done with the Quraysh.
60. Sun Tzu said: The art of war recognizes nine varieties of ground: (1) Dispersive ground; (2) facile ground; (3) contentious ground; (4) open ground; (5) ground of intersecting highways; (6) serious ground; (7) difficult ground; (8) hemmed-in ground; (9) desperate ground.
61. In the evolution of civilization, if it is to survive, all men cannot fail eventually to adopt Gāndhi’s belief that the process of mass application of force to resolve contentious issues is fundamentally not only wrong but contains within itself the germs of self destruction.
62. For years, we tended to treat the Gandhi family with exaggerated deference, almost never seriously questioning their prolonged silence and unwillingness to open up on contentious issues, be it their relations with Bofors-accused Quattrocchi, their sources of wealth or their feudal style of decision-making.
63. Hadn’t I traveled all the way to King’s College after reading of the infamous scuffle between Karl Popper and Ludwig Wittgenstein in the book Wittgenstein’s Poker? So enthralled that with a mere slip of paper scribbled with an enigmatic H-3, I successfully routed out the whereabouts of the Cambridge Moral Sciences Club, where the contentious battle between the two great philosophers occurred.
64. The dense ignorance, the wide spread immorality, the pride of blood, the antagonism of races, the prevalence of mischievous notions about capital and labor, the indolence and shiftlessness of great numbers of the working class, the ambitions that will seize and manipulate these diverse elements with shrewdness and trained skill, still exist all over the great South, and are likely to make it a turbulent caldron of contentious elements for years to come.
65. But new occasions call for new laws; the side pavement, concentrating the people, required to be kept cleaner, and in better order, than when the whole width of the street was in use; so that the magistrates were constrained to make regulations concerning the same, and to enact fines and penalties against those who neglected to scrape and wash the plainstones forenent their houses, and to denounce, in the strictest terms, the emptying of improper utensils on the same; and this, until the people had grown into the habitude of attending to the rules, gave rise to many pleas, and contentious appeals and bickerings, before the magistrates.

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