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- controversial; mooted
- The land near the border is disputed ground.
- There is a contentious clause in the treaty.
- Many of the new taxes are controversial.
- A controversial film that set the entertainment world on its ear.
- As the dust began to settle yesterday, one or two facts about the controversial programme became established.
- More controversially the growth of dark pools run by banks has sparked a war of words between exchanges in europe and the banks.
- When tran hien the 31-year-old captain of a vietnamese fishing boat saw a large chinese vessel while sailing near the disputed paracel islands he knew exactly what was about to happen.
- Crosby arguably the world's best athlete ended the mettlesome with his clutch goal in the extra period.
- Several street demonstrations have taken place in the albanian capital since the 2009 disputed election but this is the only one which has descended into such chaotic scenes.
- The meeting under the auspices of the african union will focus on the disputed region of abyei and the oil-rich northern state of south kordofan.
- Bernard tapie a wealthy businessman and controversial figure here in france had accused the former state-owned bank credit lyonnais of mishandling the sale of his share in the sportswear manufacturer adidas.
- As a controversial public figure he has breasted much hostile criticism.
- On7february1951 he broke with precedent by making his maiden speech on a controversial subject.
- In the late1800s and early1900s the famous russian writer ivan alekseevitch bunin has always been a controversial artist in the history of russian literature.
- Ivan alekseevitch bunin is a famous russian writer in the late1800s and early1900s.he has always been a controversial artist in the history of russian literature.