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While the second UN report is expected to include the disputable areas in Ninevah Flat and Khanaqin areas, people in those areas continue to wait impatiently for the outcome.
The raw data on ratings of correctness of referee judgments, summarized in Table 4A, indicate that decisions to grant a goal are more likely to be wrong or disputable when the goal is awarded for the home team: 95.
Summary: Maronite Patriarch Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir said on Sunday it is a priority for the country to elect a president before discussing any of the disputable issues between bickering politicians.
While the taxpayer was successful, the case serves as a reminder that for a prepayment of a disputable tax to be considered a deposit, taxpayers must closely follow Rev.
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This is based on the disputable fact that burglars come on foot through these pathways rather than by vehicles on the road like everyone else.
The sheer magnitude and scale of public and private income and health care programs under social security that have become an indispensable aspect of public policy captured the attention of researchers and policy makers, resulting in an overwhelming body of literature and wide range of disputable perspectives.
All will be able to give viewers at home second, third and 10th looks at disputable plays, and supply even more ammunition for those who insist that some element of instant replay needs to be implemented to help end a lot of the confusion that was evident during the recent league championship series.
Powerhouse fought hard and, after several close second placings and disputable decisions, the team spirit won through to secure a place in the 500m plate final, which they won to gain a further eight points towards their Premier league rating, making a total of 59 points over six events.
Disputable Tax: This is the amount of tax specified at the time of the deposit as the taxpayer's reasonable estimate of the maximum amount of any tax attributable to "disputable items.
Whether it is accurate to say that 'tractarianism never recovered the confidence and iconoclasm' of the period before Newman left is a disputable point: those Anglo-Catholic priests who went to gaol would, perhaps, have disagreed.
McClellan is one of the most disputable and often denigrated figures of the Civil War.