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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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28) Even if there is an arguable question as to whether the subordinate lawyer has a duty to report conduct of the supervising lawyer, the supervising lawyer's personal interest in the outcome makes his resolution unreasonable.
1) My review is arguable when I claim that most of the writers in the two volumes do assume or imply that their goal is to figure out what college-level writing really is--to figure out a definition or standard.
It is clearly arguable that an action for breach of contract or negligence may arise when a defective product is supplied to a retailer for resale to customers.
They're mandatory for consumer mailings but arguable for business titles and not important enough to be worth testing.
The ACiNW parishes have engaged legal counsel and "in the opinion of the lawyers, it's arguable that (Bishop) Ingham had grounds to do what he did," said Mr.
Each of the books six chapters draws heavily on prior critics who share Castillo's interest in "oblique readings" of and perspectivist tendencies in the texts studied; and it is arguable that the "anamorphic" view that Castillo adopts adds little to and differs little from earlier interpretations.
Appeal from district court order dismissing pro se action as lacking arguable basis in law.
It's arguable whether the next five would be as creative.
It is arguable that Sony is the technical moving spirit behind the enormously popular DDS magnetic tape format, used in direct-attach and automated tape storage.
Another arguable improvement came with the phase-out of all synthetic fibers but one from tampons, says Dr.
sustained [Hurston] through most of her life," as Cronin contends, and it is also arguable whether all of Hurston's novels--and her other works--can be categorically described as feminocentric texts.
It is his Anglo-Japanese furniture which is the basis of his contemporary reputation as a 'pioneer of modern design', but it is a mistake to look at it in isolation from his other work, which was not always simple (or, for that matter, successful), although a gift for simplification is apparent in all his various phases; it is arguable that his best work was done when he had least money to spend.