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use "controvert" in a sentence

It came to pass that the debt owed to the King became a legal fiction, in that the debtor was not entitled to controvert this allegation in order to oust the Exchequer from jurisdiction.

Today, most Chinese and Japanese scholars controvert the conspiracy theories, based on the
controversy by extended full funding to Catholic secondary schools.

Published by Maulana Okarvi Academy Al A'lami, First edition 1991 - South Africa Controversies The concept of the finality of prophethood of Muhammad has caused controversy in recent times.

They have also echoed the standard intelligent design argument that there is a controversy as to whether changes over time in one species can lead to a new species.

controversy CMX came under a great deal of criticism for their edits from readers.

Ironically, the whole controversy has embarrassed the Indian government and revived the sales of Singh's book.

A Philadelphia eatery, Chink's Steak, created controversy, appearing in Philadelphia Daily News and other newspapers.

This government policy towards the Non-Mandarin languages/dialects of Singaporean Chinese had resulted in controversy among certain quarters of Chinese Singaporeans who feel that preserving their root languages is important to their cultural identity.

The effects of automobiles on everyday life have been a subject of controversy.

controversy This book has attracted some controversy due to its depiction of a strong, self-sufficient woman being tamed and subdued by a man who rapes her repeatedly.

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