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arguable

adjective at issue, contestable, controvertible, debatable, disputable, in dispute, in question, up for discussion
Associated concepts: arguable claim, arguable contention
See also: controversial, debatable, disputable, doubtful, dubious, forensic, justiciable, litigable, moot, plausible, questionable, uncertain
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It is arguable that Sporting, a characteristically neat-passing Portuguese side, are a typical Champions League outfit - that is to say, a team who over the course of most campaigns could be expected to score as many goals as they concede.
At the High Court in London, Mr Justice Gibbs ruled there was "an arguable case" that the refusal to move the Thiabs was unreasonable and unlawful and called for a full hearing by March.
Therefore, it is arguable that such contributions do not reduce the SECA tax payable by a self-employed individual.
In contrast to the arguable e-procurement models where dominant industry players take bids from a select group of suppliers, LiveListings has developed an open, real-time market of buyers and sellers in a secure, digital online exchange.
A High Court judge ruled there was an arguable case that using his image in newspapers and leaflets breached his right to privacy.
So far this season, we have won in this market more often than we should have, but it is still arguable that today's price ought to be nearer 8-11.
While that's arguable - especially by ``Charlie Brown'' fans - there's no doubt ``Rudolph'' ranks as one of the best Christmas treats, and the DVD version is just more icing on the cake.
A High Court judge sitting in London ruled that Mr Hunt had "an arguable case" relating to last July's ITC decision dismissing his complaint which should now go to a full hearing.
It is arguable that this type of help does more good and causes less damage in human terms than enormous agricultural or engineering projects, not to mention arms sales.
Yesterday, Mr Justice Laws ruled there was "an arguable case" which justified granting them leave to apply for judicial review of the decision for them to give evidence.
It is arguable whether you have really seen HOME PAGE unless you have seen both the film and the Web site.
Though it's arguable that without him there'd be no show.