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non kon truh vur shuhl

  • a  not likely to arouse controversy

  • While his talent has already established James, at age 20, as a bona fide star, he will need to be noncontroversial and politically correct, something even Michael Jordan took a .
  • But more important, Cromartie says, it satisfies the goal of "just finding a noncontroversial, nondescript congregation and pastor.
  • Bush stumps in front of a noncontroversial flag in South Carolina.

  • John Boehner in TREND Information
    If it had not been for the stimulus and the budget proposal, it might have been ...... noncontroversial,said House Republican leader John Boehner, referring to the 787-billion-dollar stimulus package passed last month.
  • Barack Obama in Wall Street Journal
    I respect the Senate's role to advise and consent, but for months qualified, noncontroversial nominees for critical positions in government-often positions related to our national security-have been held up despite having overwhelming support,...
  • Katie Holmes in
    I was overjoyed in being pregnant,Holmes said Vanity Fair, "and then had to withstand ridicule about my pregnancy when it was the most normal, noncontroversial thing imaginable."

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