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    1. "I told you at the very outset that the ownership is in dispute

    2. The ownership is in dispute and the people involved are not without stain," he was honest with her, but the only rule I worry about is interfering in tribal affairs, but the Brazilians have never registered as a tribe

    3. Tahlmute had clearly expected his friend at the Kassikan to be working for the other side in this dispute

    4. King Herod had a dispute with the most influential Jews of his time, and so he had them all executed

    5. Jeffery added, that they are strange I do not dispute, Jake, but when this is over; they will be the ones patrolling the coastline out there

    6. Heymon chimed in with, "There's some dispute about the validity of Darryl's work

    7. 'Mama, your dispute is with his father,' I said

    8. The Tournament came and went without incident, dispute, or accidents, and the village gradually settled into the final preparations for Summer Season

    9. It is not, however, difficult to foresee which of the two parties must, upon all ordinary occasions, have the advantage in the dispute, and force the other into a compliance with their terms

    10. But whether it was advantageous to plant a new vineyard, was a matter of dispute among the ancient Italian husbandmen, as we learn from Columella

    11. Had the gain actually made by such plantations been commonly as great as he imagined it might have been, there could have been no dispute about it

    12. It is accounted for, accordingly, in the same manner by every body ; and there never has been any dispute, either about the fact, or about the cause of it

    13. ‘I promised to solve the dispute over tithings,’ said

    14. To which of them so important a preference shall be given, must be determined by some general rule, founded not upon the doubtful distinctions of personal merit, but upon some plain and evident difference which can admit of no dispute

    15. The war of 1672 seems to have been in part occasioned by this commercial dispute

    16. He does not, therefore, dispute about wages, but is willing to employ labour at any price

    17. dispute with the Queen, but she knew that it might happen any minute, ‘and

    18. a large crowd collected round it: there was a dispute going on between the

    19. Age is a plain and palpable quality, which admits of no dispute

    20. If we could travel 4,550 years back in time and stop at a point in time, a few years before the supposed worldwide flood occurred (as it is described in the Bible) and set up our equipment and collect relevant data, we would be able to conclusively settle any dispute around the matter

    21. Many scholars today dispute this fact and speculate that the Torah was written by various different people and that it could not have been written by Moses alone

    22. ecclesiastical history, and with the origin and progress of that system of opinions upon which the authority of the church was established ; and they had thereby the advantage in almost every dispute

    23. When the followers of the reformation in one country, therefore, happened to differ from their brethren in another, as they had no common judge to appeal to, the dispute could never be decided; and many such disputes arose among them

    24. When the parish happened to be situated in a great city, it divided all the inhabitants into two parties; and when that city happened, either to constitute itself a little republic, or to be the head and capital of a little republic, as in the case with many of the considerable cities in Switzerland and Holland, every paltry dispute of this kind, over and above exasperating the animosity of all their other factions, threatened to leave behind it, both a new schism in the church, and a new faction in the state

    25. Eric's dispute with Bradlee back at the

    26. They reduce to both the capital value of the subject in dispute

    27. “Apparently there was some sort of budget dispute

    28. was that Evan had run afoul of the Russian Mafia and was killed in a Mafia dispute, but I believe that the FBI shot him

    29. Another dispute we had was over whether a man could remain upright when shot wearing a bullet proof vest, and that question was settled by shooting a volunteer

    30. I don’t think anyone can dispute that the SAP COIN Course was not thorough

    31. Some of you may not want to hear this and when/if there is a dispute you insist that the other person is wrong

    32. In Africa any dispute may turn violent

    33. Most of the time, it's a single person involved in a domestic dispute

    34. Most who dispute Lincoln's success fall into two camps, white racists or Black racists

    35. That was not in dispute

    36. It was traced to a murder in a suspected dispute over cocaine – and from his car was recovered a vial

    37. She was willing to go where Brendan went, through thick and thin, and what could be better than that? He wasn’t prepared to dispute her logic

    38. Eventually, by a time somewhat before Abraham, a de-Marché had settled over this dispute wherein, when shepherding nomads wished to approach villages and towns (for purposes of necessary trade), according to Bible sources, they would send, ahead of that approach, an ambassador to assure of their peaceful intent

    39. While we are on the subject of Temples I see that the dispute about the land surrounding the Preah Vihear site on the Thailand/Cambodia border is still unresolved

    40. After its unsuccessful bid to put the issue for regional discussion among ASEAN members, Cambodia is now seeking a multilateral solution to this longstanding bilateral territorial dispute, threatening to put the United Nations Security Council on the spot

    41. Therefore, new economic and monetary systematics puts an end to commercial retaliations among countries in consequence of the dispute of markets, as well as with the largest world problems of traffic of drugs, contraband, wash of money and terrorism

    42. ) The point is: It sounds like a lot of money and the fact that it is used to buy a piece of land for the purpose of burying the dead means that one cannot dispute, disregard nor deny the absolute importance of the last resting place of Abrahams loved ones

    43. There was this Afrikaans TV pastor who basically stated the following: “If a church brother of yours wants to dispute what you believe by using the bible as evidence, he is not from God, but from Satan” I actually ordered the DVD just to have his statement on record

    44. Are you aware that even Satan had a dispute with the angel Michael regarding a dead body?

    45. If it is true that a dead body is simply remains, worthless and may be dealt with however we choose, how can it be that Satan and the angel Michael were in a dispute regarding a dead body, the body of Moses?

    46. By the end of June, the war of the border dispute was sweeping west

    47. If there is a dispute on the web that has a uprising

    48. sex therapists, who will not dispute the fact that one can have sex all

    49. The Constitution grants original jurisdiction to the Supreme Court in a few cases, but those do not include the type of dispute at issue in Marbury’s case

    50. The second and more serious front is in crucial areas of dispute and uncertainty at the leading edge of science, most egregiously in bioethics and neuroscience

    1. This problem was disputed by other astronomers who published other equations saying the body's own gravity would keep them together

    2. Later an unknown source in Moscow reported the theft of specialist video equipment, an added rider to the message disputed the authenticity of the Stefan tapes

    3. That in the actual state of tillage the bounty must necessarily have this tendency, will not, I apprehend, be disputed by any reasonable person

    4. I stared more closely at the disputed object

    5. The qualifications of the mind can alone give very great authority They are however, invisible qualities; always disputable, and generally disputed

    6. In those moments of public distress, their commands cannot he disputed

    7. Civil conflict ensued, considered to result from disputed rights over land ownership between ideologically opposed factions

    8. This figure is disputed as I always thought they were closer to seven tons

    9. What: This may be the most widely known and least disputed argument in this book

    10. But Nixon's role is unknown, and the evidence is highly disputed

    11. His warning was clear and precise: it could not be disputed

    12. Warrior classes, emerging from them, began to drive the nomads from the disputed prime grazing lands and confine them to the less desirable hill country

    13. So, the larger meaning of the parable story of Cain and Abel might be the friction generated between settled people and nomadic people, as ever-larger populations of each disputed with one another over land usage

    14. One of the most disputed facts about the use of NLP is that some

    15. Then, after Ali’s short disputed reign, Muawiyah used the assassination of Othman as his excuse to usurp the caliphate in AD 659

    16. Adam being Adam, of course, disputed the claims in his usual confrontational manner

    17. Jud 1:9 Yet Michael the archangel, when contending with the devil he disputed about the body of Moses, durst not bring against him a railing accusation, but said, The Lord rebuke thee

    18. 35 And the man cried at the word of the judge, and he said, Not so my Lord, for it was in the day that I gave him the cord and mantle which was on the ass, in order to put them by in his house; and they both disputed before the judge, the one saying, So the matter was, and the other declaring otherwise

    19. “The agency disputed me staying in the country so I went to Ireland

    20. This conferred tremendous power on the three elected commissioners, none of whom was a lawyer during my tenure, making the assigned assistant AG’s duties doubly onerous as both the legal advisor to the Commission on disputed points of law as well as an active participant in essentially tripartite hearings where the staff, usually the Tariff & Rates division, who were civil servants, put in an alternative case to that advanced by the carriers and shippers, respectively

    21. It was not until after I was in Las Cruces, NM, working for NMSU/PSL, that I learned that GEICO, “to quickly settle a disputed matter,” had “confessed liability” on my behalf—without ever consulting me—and paid off the kid’s father for $150 damage to his rear bumper

    22. not have a deed, it could be disputed later

    23. could not be disputed, that even I was not able to ignore the fact that it

    24. 35 And the man cried at the word of the judge and he said Not so my Lord for it was in the day that I gave him the cord and mantle which was on the ass in order to put them by in his house; and they both disputed before the judge the one saying So the matter was and the other declaring otherwise

    25. Again he had seen to the arming of all of the reunified able-bodied men to guard the multitude as a whole, as they prepared to pass across the disputed land

    26. 34 But they were silent for they had disputed one with another on the way about who was the greatest

    27. 7 And when Jesus went out Simon Cephas was standing in the outer court 8 warming himself; And that maid saw him again and began to say to those who stood 9 by This man also was there with Jesus the Nazarene; And those who stood by came forward and said to Cephas Truly you are one of his disciples and he denied it again with an oath I know not the man; And after a little one of the servants of the chief priest the kinsman of him whose ear Simon cut off saw him; and he disputed and said Truly this matt was with him and he also is a Galilaean; and his speech resembles; And he said to Simon Did not I see you with him in the gardene Then began Simon to curse and to swear I know not this man whom you have mentioned; And immediately while he was speaking the cock crowed twice; And in that hour Jesus turned he being without and looked stedfastly at Cephas; And Simon remembered the word of our Lord which he said to him 17 Before the cock crow twice you shall deny me thrice; And Simon went outsideand wept bitterly

    28. as a whole, as they prepared to pass across the disputed land

    29. APPENDIX 10 - THE ANTILEGOMENA or "disputed writings" were widely read in the Early Church 1st and 2nd Century:

    30. 1 On account of the sudden and repeated calamities and mischances brethren that have come on us we suppose that we have the more slowly given heed to the things that are disputed among you beloved and to the foul and unholy sedition alien and foreign to the elect of God which a few headstrong and self-willed persons have kindled to such a degree of madness that your venerable and famous name worthy to be loved of all men is greatly blasphemed

    31. of the so-called “convective boundary” between these two regions is disputed

    32. It was somewhat discouraging that no one disputed her assessment of my abilities, however they all agreed we could do with a spruce up

    33. They crowded up around Jesus to ask more questions while others murmured and disputed among themselves

    34. When they disputed

    35. He could’ve disputed me

    36. also disputed the title of the event, with Stallman insisting on

    37. It’s no wonder since it was massive at 342 pages, although that number has been disputed

    38. The reign of King Solomon is much disputed in the histories of time;

    39. disputed amongst the crowd

    40. I described a charge that I disputed in another of my books

    41. casualties, this has been disputed

    42. Another difficulty was the fact that the legitimate authority of the Lebanese soldiers and policemen patrolling the airport was constantly disputed and even overruled at times by the dozens of Hezbollah fighters and officials that were seemingly everywhere around the airport

    43. Scientists have disputed this number as being too low and I tend to agree

    44. and other disputed individuals

    45. That number has been disputed as much too low

    46. This can hardly be disputed when the majority of people say it should never have been invented

    47. letter stating that the company has closed the disputed accounts and has

    48. Your authority over Japan will not be disputed and internal control and public security will be left into the care of local Japanese authorities and government officials

    49. Even with the mask of impassivity worn by the Japanese present, Ingrid could telepathically sense the immediate and profound relief that came to them when she said that the Emperor’s authority would not be disputed and that Japan would not be militarily occupied

    50. While we have affiliate reporters in Tokyo that will be able to cover the political reactions there for us, what we need is somebody that can get close to the disputed area and report from there

    1. How do we justify the exploitation of poor, wastage of food, raping women, killing people, settling disputes through war, grabbing land to build temples, churches, mosques in God’s name and minting money on the name of faith and so on

    2. It was, he gave her a long explanation of missing parts and political disputes and lost paperwork and why it was important

    3. 14Do all things without murmurings and disputes:

    4. In all such disputes, the masters can hold out much longer

    5. disputes inside of families than real wars

    6. disputes only with strangers, while the Christians, in

    7. We can not remove the disputes in agora

    8. The militia of the cities seems, in those times, not to have been inferior to that of the country ; and as they could be more readily assembled upon any sudden occasion, they frequently had the advantage in their disputes with the neighbouring lords

    9. This was just another court case in a long series of disputes with Jeremos

    10. There are non-combative disputes

    11. Most countries have allowed the UN to monitor and enforce water disputes

    12. Among other nations, whose vigorous government will suffer no strangers to possess any fortified place within their territory, it may be necessary to maintain some ambassador, minister, or consul, who may both decide, according to their own customs, the differences arising among his own countrymen, and, in their disputes with the natives, may by means of his public character, interfere with more authority and afford them a more powerful protection than they could expect from any private man

    13. In all the disputes which their sovereign has had with the pope, they have almost constantly taken part with the former

    14. The authority of the church of Rome was in this state of declension, when the disputes which gave birth to the reformation began in Germany, and soon spread themselves through every part of Europe

    15. Among the followers of the reformation, dispersed in all the different countries of Europe, there was no general tribunal, which, like that of the court of Rome, or an oecumenical council, could settle all disputes among them, and, with irresistible authority, prescribe to all of them the precise limits of orthodoxy

    16. When the followers of the reformation in one country, therefore, happened to differ from their brethren in another, as they had no common judge to appeal to, the dispute could never be decided; and many such disputes arose among them

    17. disputes about the law, for they are unprofitable and

    18. would be involved in later events related to the United States and Mexican disputes, but that would be a few years down the road

    19. Bernie spent a lot of his last years overseas because of his disputes with the SEC and the IRS

    20. disputes over who got what, and there was rough stuff or shootouts just as there was in our Mafia

    21. The liberal press disputes this and still say it was a refugee camp

    22. Many of the wars of early history and in a more complicated sense many even today are, at their root, disputes over territory, or property

    23. There have been many reasons put forth for this animosity, but generally it seemed to have something to do with trade disputes

    24. The Constitution established a court system for our country and it is capable of settling disputes and

    25. Two thirds of the time disputes have

    26. The stability conferred by an agreement to view this Magnificent arbitrator as a final Referee in leadership contests inexorably spread to contests concerning other kinds of behavioral disputes

    27. Indirectly, it eliminates most of the illicit act that involves the anonymity of the money, as well as it eliminates the disputes for heritages or definitive possessions of properties and mainly it disentangles the judiciary sector of the immensity of juridical process that involves the money as villain

    28. Rondon believed that the internecine conflicts with rival groups were based on previous hostilities and territorial disputes

    29. Any disputes can have the potential to grow large

    30. If the disputes are solved, those stories may be

    31. I wondered if there would be any land disputes between the two Khanates

    32. Disputes are to be judged on their merits, according to the facts of the case, and the relevant provisions of the Constitution or statutory law

    33. For example, the unions claim a proposed in-house board to hear labor-management disputes will not be seen as independent

    34. Moses was sitting from morning till night trying to sort out disputes and arguments, large and small, little things were occupying all of his time and the big picture was becoming blurred

    35. No one disputes that sort of practical proof

    36. “Everyone else is here! And I don’t mind telling you that I find it deeply ironic that the wedding of a human and an elf should have such a hugely unifying effect on elvenkind! Things are happening tonight, both here in the chapel and without, as advantage is taken of this unique opportunity to meet and get to know any other elf, to sign trade agreements and settle disputes, to re-acquaint with seldom seen friends and relatives, to experiment with other cultures’ ways of feasting and celebrating, to make new friends, to play with new lovers, to fall in love with someone exotic from far away! You simply must find time tonight to stroll around the valley! Every elven people have brought their own pavilions to showcase their lifestyle and celebrations! Every product in the world can be had here tonight, for sale or barter or for just a smile!

    37. To the burden of responsibility for so many frail souls, there is added the difficulty of our internal administration, our poverty, the disputes over our lack of temporal goods, the meagreness of the produce of our fields, and the never-ending demands for money for the government -- demands usually based upon the spiteful accusations of those who envy us

    38. 1 When therefore he made the commandment what says he? Who is he that disputes with me? Let him resist me; or who is he that contends with me? Let him draw near to the Son of the Lord (God)

    39. Strikes and disputes renewed in the mines as miners began to be disillusioned, and shortages even led ultimately to bread rationing

    40. They comply with plans and strategy for scheduling meetings, establishing contacts, resolving disputes, and ensuring that all documents are completed on time

    41. theological disputes that went on in times past, when people tried to reconcile

    42. bad historical solutions that were found, starting with these insane disputes

    43. But, twenty years later, with only border disputes and marauding bands of thieves and robbers to test their metal, they had been caught with their breaches down

    44. our disputes) enjoyed the show, but in the end the officers could do nothing

    45. disputes with her closer neighbours so when we moved in she made a move to lure us on her

    46. scriptures in the same light There will be disputes and new rationalizations

    47. settle any disputes, and trading was conducted by

    48. with the power to settle any disputes, and trading

    49. Indians stopped buying government bonds, set up community based arbitration tribunals and stopped going to government run courts for legal disputes

    50. Historically most countries have resolved their political and religious disputes by violence

    1. In verse eight, Paul, by inspiration, commands that prayers are to be made: "I desire therefore that the men pray everywhere, lifting up holy hands, without wrath and disputing

    2. They agreed, therefore, to leave that part of Brazil which they had not conquered to the king of Portugal, who agreed to leave that part which they had conquered to them, as a matter not worth disputing about, with such good allies

    3. ‖ There is no disputing the fact that Dickens did indeed possess keen insight into the behavioral aspects and designs of Human Nature; that is to say, the ―Hearts and Minds of Men

    4. Desultory argument ensued, with the pair of them half-heartedly disputing the laurel crown of good-natured invective

    5. Leonardo was in the way with a confused expression, pulled by two women who were disputing his attention and without knowing what to do

    6. As they exchanged greetings, the crowd came up, and Jesus asked, "What were you disputing about as we drew near?" But before the disconcerted and humiliated apostles could reply to the Master's question, the anxious father of the afflicted lad stepped forward and, kneeling at Jesus' feet, said: "Master, I have a son, an only child, who is possessed by an evil spirit

    7. Jungir Khan ruled Zamboula, and men whispered that Nafertari, the satrap's mistress, ruled Jungir Khan; but the people went their way, flaunting their myriad colors in the streets, bargaining, disputing, gambling, swilling, loving, as the people of Zamboula have done for all the centuries its towers and minarets have lifted over the sands of the Kharamun

    8. 9 "When I came into this chamber tonight, you were not content proudly to refuse to wash one another's feet, but you must also fall to disputing among yourselves as to who should have the places of honor at my table

    9. It had nothing to do with Missy’s treatment or Donna disputing his medical expertise

    10. The Terran government is even disputing payments for stocks of structural steel and aluminum and ship machinery parts we had acquired for that contract

    11. Not that I liked being called a fucking whore, but there was no disputing the fact that I stole her boyfriend

    12. are of the opinion that : “The author has no legitimacy in disputing physics: he is merely an amateur trying

    13. form an opinion that disputes what I say but when disputing what I say, do it while confronting me in a

    14. Disputing your ChexSystems report is the first thing you should try

    15. Thus (1) God is not the God of the dead (utterly and eternally perished), which was disputing, but of the living

    16. To say those disputing factions, both of whom had trampled the teachings of Moses beneath their feet, ignored the precepts, perverted the prophets, and traduced the morals of Israel, and descended into a flowing stream of conceited self-righteousness, and yet, from the original simplicity of the word paradise, had gradually developed it into a correct picture of the intermediate state, with no more material than the O

    17. As they were disputing their case among themselves, they said, "Build over them a building

    18. (1) There is ground for disputing, at the outset of this argument, the truth of the popular signification attached to the phrase 'manifest evidence of regenerate life

    19. Now the crowd was going from the stairs to their rooms, exclaiming, disputing, calling to one another, raising their voices to a shout, dropping them to a whisper

    20. When he thinks that he is reasoning he is really disputing, just because he cannot define and divide, and so know that of which he is speaking; and he will pursue a merely verbal opposition in the spirit of contention and not of fair discussion

    21. She heard the men I sent disputing at the door, and she gathered the sense of Heathcliff's answer

    22. The disputing parties agree in advance to agree with the decision of the arbitrator

    23. On the whole, I by no means recognized the analysis, but thought it not worth disputing

    24. Without disputing a truth so momentous, we must be allowed to consider this version of Mr

    25. Peter, arriving in the village late that day, saw a large disputing crowd

    26. Levin had come across the magazine articles about which they were disputing, and had read them, interested in them as a development of the first principles of science,

    27. Stepan Arkadyevitch was disputing with Alexey Alexandrovitch’s servant, and insisting on being announced

    28. Squeezed by the crowding noblemen, he drew near the high table where the marshal of the province, Sviazhsky, and the other leaders were hotly disputing about something

    29. They were disputing, as far as he could make out, as to the interpretation to be put on the act and the exact meaning of the words: ‘liable to be called up for trial

    30. If Men had to bear the Babes, I thought, the entire Race would perish! For what Man would risque his Life for a mere Babe? E’en he, who would so readily risque it disputing some foolish Point of Honour in a Duel with another Man, would balk at the very Thought of enduring Pain or Death for a helpless Lump of shiv’ring pink Flesh that can neither walk nor talk to pay him Homage! For the Curse of the Male Sex is its constant Need of Homage—Homage to its Intellect and Wit, Homage to its Gallantry and petty Prowess betwixt the Bed-Clothes; whilst the Female Sex, said to be so vain, is vain only of mere superficial Beauty

    31. He heard those around him disputing in whispers and one of them insisting that he should be led along a certain carpet

    32. Before supper, Prince Andrew, coming back to his father’s study, found him disputing hotly with his visitor

    33. Prince Andrew, greatly changed and plainly in better health, but with a fresh horizontal wrinkle between his brows, stood in civilian dress facing his father and Prince Meshcherski, warmly disputing and vigorously gesticulating

    34. Whatever question arose, a swarm of these drones, without having finished their buzzing on a previous theme, flew over to the new one and by their hum drowned and obscured the voices of those who were disputing honestly

    35. The servants ran noisily about the house and yard, shouting and disputing

    36. Toward evening- after much disputing and many mistakes made by generals who did not go to their proper places, and after adjutants had been sent about with counterorders- when it had become plain that the enemy was everywhere in flight and that there could and would be no battle, Kutuzov left Krasnoe and went to Dobroe whither his headquarters had that day been transferred

    37. ‘Only Ellen and I were disputing concerning your health

    38. She heard the men I sent disputing at the door, and she gathered the sense of Heathcliff’s answer

    39. Alas! in this fight to the death between our egotism and our duty, when we thus retreat step by step before our immutable ideal, bewildered, furious, exasperated at having to yield, disputing the ground, hoping for a possible flight, seeking an escape, what an abrupt and sinister resistance does the foot of the wall offer in our rear!

    40. However, nothing dispirits, and nothing seems worth while disputing

    41. There was never any use disputing with the old man

    42. " Good evening ; still disputing; and is he actually one of the party ? I heard his voice from outside in the passage ; he has been attacking me I suppose ? "

    43. They were discussing or disputing about something, or one voice was persuading, or entreating, while the other was refusing or protesting

    44. But I was soon reconciled to the position, and as one usually does in a dream, accepted the facts without disputing them

    45. ” They were both sitting as before at the table, not reading but warmly disputing about something

    46. Finally, towards the close of the day, when it was clear that the Grandmother was about to play her last bank-note, there could be seen standing behind her chair no fewer than six natives of Poland—persons who, as yet, had been neither audible nor visible; and as soon as ever the old lady played the note in question, they took no further notice of her, but pushed their way past her chair to the table; seized the money, and staked it—shouting and disputing the while, and arguing with the "gentleman of honour" (who also had forgotten the Grandmother's existence), as though he were their equal

    47. He was disputing on the point with a tall convict, as vigorous as an athlete, named Vassili Antonoff, known for his nagging, spiteful disposition

    48. Here two convicts were disputing as to which should treat the other

    49. “Who, in the name of what Law, would think of disputing my full personal right over the fortnight of life left to me? What jurisdiction can be brought to bear upon the case? Who would wish me, not only to be sentenced, but to endure the sentence to the end? Surely there exists no man who would wish such a thing—why should anyone desire it? For the sake of morality? Well, I can understand that if I were to make an attempt upon my own life while in the enjoyment of full health and vigour—my life which might have been ‘useful,’ etc

    50. As every one had seen all they wanted they went out without disputing, though Lyamshin began pestering the police captain about something

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