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uncontroversial

uhnkon truh vur shuhl

  • a  not likely to arouse controversy

  • Alabama has became the first state in the Union to approve a textbook for a course about the Bible in its public schools, and its surprisingly uncontroversial decision may prove to .
  • Nevertheless, the near total and uncontroversial agreement among Americans that genetic discrimination is wrong says something important about us: we may be a bit confused about .
  • So what should be uncontroversial proposals, like an end to the ban on the heir to the throne marrying a Catholic, are never discussed.
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  • Tony Abbott in The Age
    It would be reasonable for the Democrats to withdraw their proposed amendment to the TGA bill,Mr Abbott told reporters. "Let the TGA bill go through before Christmas because it is, of itself, an uncontroversial bill, and then in the new...
  • Jeffrey Lacker in MarketWatch
    It has now become uncontroversial to say that the outlook for overall economic activity is quite healthy,Lacker said.
  • Tom DeLay in San Francisco Chronicle
    Roberts "would appear to be as uncontroversial as one could imagine," Rep. Tom DeLay of Texas, the House Republican leader, said in his speech, but he added that the judge's nomination had "understandably -- and fortunately -- spurred our...

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