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  • s  capable of being supported by argument
  • s  open to argument or debate

  • What's more, informed consent may be a tidy legal concept, but it's arguable that a patient facing death without a new heart or kidney is no more capable of cool deliberation than .
  • Her love of the subject is obvious, but occasionally blinding: it's arguable that equally enduring genres like soap operas and crime dramas share a similar ability to tell us about .
  • It's arguable they are more stable and better prepared to crush bin Laden's extremist interpretation of Islam.
Quotes

  • George Will in Bangor Daily News
    As conservative columnist George Will wrote last month: "It is arguable that, because of his inexperience, Obama is not ready for the presidency. It is arguable that McCain, because of his boiling moralism and bottomless reservoir of certitudes, is...
  • Eric Mangini in CBSSports.com
    I don't think it's arguable anymore,said Mangini. "I think he's won that argument."
  • Kevin Andrews in The Australian
    The Federal Court has today confirmed a new, different interpretation of the character test,Mr Andrews said. "As the decision involves an arguable interpretation of what parliament intended about a matter that goes to the national...

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