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Please, do not argue that our traffic wardens are morally conflicted: they simply give the impression of being gormless jobworths or do they suffer from poor management and councillors who have dubiously retained PS1,645,000 penalty charge monies during the bus lane fiasco.
After internal debate, dubiously checking with fellow musicians and consulting with headliner Bruno Mars, they decided it was "a surreal-like, once in a lifetime crazy thing to do and we would just have fun and do it.''
It's a dubiously written, historically inaccurate, silly soap opera in a stately home.
When I told them I was from Liverpool and they should come and visit they looked dubiously at me before trotting out the same lines about the city being all about rioters and political extremism.
The official set his stall out early on when he dubiously penalised Irish centre Brian O'Driscoll twice for competing at the breakdown.
They ultimately form masses that are dubiously called 'fatbergs', which are fast becoming a serious problem for the city as they are starting to clog sewage lines.
Zimbabwe were aided by some controversial umpiring as they bounced back from their disappointing first innings to reduce Bangladesh to 18 for three, with Tamim Iqbal dubiously given out caught behind and Mohammed Ashraful adjudged lbw.
"Credit to Everton and the way they fought back, but we feel disappointed we didn't get the three points as we had a goal dubiously disallowed right at the end which would have given us the victory.
MLB analyzed World Series results and presidential election outcomes over the past 104 years to come up with their decidedly non-scientific and dubiously predictive conclusions, the report said.
Didier Drogba opened the scoring when he fired his seventh goal at the new Wembley to give Chelsea the advantage, before Juan Mata was dubiously awarded the Blues' second.
Didier Drogba opened the scoring when he fired his seventh goal to give Chelsea the advantage, before Mata was dubiously awarded the second.
Hearteningly for those who consider any judicial killing a stain on humanity - but especially so in a country with a reputation for dubiously secured convictions and disquieting history of miscarriage of justice - none of the 132 people Japan's death row was executed in 2011.