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  1. His results were debatable.
  2. It was debatable whether he would be missed.
  3. Well, that last bit is debatable Travis, but it's not the point.
  4. Though it’s debatable whether a game show counts as real life.
  5. Now history is often somewhat debatable, nevertheless it’s worth.

  6. But examining a debatable issue requires presentation of both sides.
  7. Whether the act helped or not is debatable, but still the man did not run.
  8. This is a debatable point, considering there were two similar explosions over.
  9. This is usually evident when there is an argument or a debatable policy that divides the community.
  10. Still, the rooms had private bathrooms of debatable cleanliness and telephones of unreliable efficacy.
  11. However, whether the number of communities of practice is the best metric of cultural change is debatable.
  12. Also, the fact that Garth is one of the Federations own would make it much more debatable about how to cope with him.
  13. How much could be attributed to the suicidal impulses of those who sensed they were soon to die anyway, is debatable.
  14. Whether or not that meant she was all right was debatable, because eventually, Paul would get to wherever he was going.
  15. He points out that the benefits projected by reducing global warming are far into the future, as well as debatable.

  16. If there had been time it was debatable whether his deceased lovers would have thrown themselves over the table and begun 163.
  17. Whether this constituted enlightenment was debatable but even I had to admit that what I was seeing was remarkable and extraordinary.
  18. Traitor may be debatable but he did teach me that the Cavalli's talk of brotherhood and family is nothing but a lot of blustering wind.
  19. His value as a spy is debatable and I don't think he rates with a Philby or the one known as Suvorov who turned out to be an excellent historian.
  20. Losing your dog for any reason is worse than death for you are closer to each other than anything else in this world except your wife, and that is highly debatable.
  21. It is perhaps debatable whether the flying scroll in Zechariah is the same scroll or something different, however looking at the context of surrounding visions in.
  22. Whether it is just a feminine failing is debatable but I must admit it was a particularly strong addiction of mine and it helped me get along very well with most of our customers.
  23. But what is the essential in a painting? What is it makes one want to paint at all? Ah! Here we approach very debatable and shadowy ground, and we can do little but ask questions, the answer to which will vary with each individual temperament.
  24. On the 2d of August, 1817, the sixth department of the Directing Senate handed down a decision in the debatable land case between the economic peasants of the village of Izlegóshcha and Chernýshev, which was in favour of the peasants and against Chernýshev.
  25. That is debatable, said the Captain, whose ironical, elegant Speech was that of a Gentleman, with a Gentleman’s perfect Coldness and Disdain for Sentiment; wherefore do you term the Loss of a Seaman at Sea ‘Murder’? If anyone is the Murderer here, ’tis the Sea itself.

  26. Without entering into the broad field of the debatable question about the innate ability of man, we only see that the child can have no innate concepts and ideas about real things,—they have to be formed, and on the skill with which they are formed by the educator and teacher depends both their regularity and their permanency.
  27. We are all able tòreflect, project, apply invert` things of the past and conduct them towards the future which is debatable if its exists or not, but the dice that we all hold and the board over which it has to fall are proof enough that we all are living and not just existing if this thrust is transformed out into a trust of faith.
  28. We are all able to `reflect, project, apply invert` things of the past and conduct them towards the future which is debatable if its exists or not, but the dice that we all hold and the board over which it has to fall are proof enough that we all are living and not just existing if this thrust is transformed out into a trust of faith.
  29. Would this man of the cloth, this holy and pious man, presume to break with his cherished ideals as a servant of God and take it upon himself to deliver justice? Would he rob the Lord of His vengeance so eloquently outlined in the Scriptures? Even though Feltus could testify that Preacher Cooper’s fanaticism in that he had readily admitted he would do that which God instructed him to do and even if he and the participants at the inquest could testify that he had lied about the French family, these debatable questions would surely override the entire defense that would center on this morally upright man’s character and assiduousness as a champion of righteousness.
  30. When, in the year 1817, during Passion-week,—it fell late that year,—the time came to plough the ground, the Izlegóshcha peasants began to discuss at a meeting whether they ought to plough the land under litigation during that year, or not; and, although Apýkhtin's clerk had come to see them during Lent with the order that they should not plough the land and should come to some agreement with him in regard to the rye already planted in what had been the doubtful, and now was Apýkhtin's land, the peasants, for the very reason that the winter crop had been sowed on the debatable land, and because Apýkhtin, in his desire to avoid being unfair to them, wished to arbitrate the matter with them, decided to plough the land under litigation and to take possession of it before touching any other fields.

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