Noun(1) the formal presentation of a stated proposition and the opposition to it (usually followed by a vote(2) a contentious speech act; a dispute where there is strong disagreement
(1) The take-over of church powers added greatly to the patronage of the monarch but also involved him more directly in religious disputation at a time when the waves of controversy were beginning to run high.(2) What we keep saying is our guarantee is our record - 1.6 million extra jobs, 14 per cent increase in real wages, lowest levels of industrial disputation .(3) Cognitive therapy works with depression about 70% of the time. I think psychologists can do better than taking people who are already depressed and teaching them the tools of disputation .(4) There does not seem to be any doubt, whatsoever, that the Northern Territory legislature is trying to reduce the degree of debate and disputation by drafting section 31 in the way it did and by defining those terms in the way it did.(5) the founding father of logical disputation(6) a lengthy disputation about the rights and wrongs of a particular request(7) promoting consensus rather than disputation(8) Everyone will have scholarly and literary pretensions, scholars will become self-opinionated and fond of endless disputation .(9) Those of you who might naively imagine that vitriolic historical disputation is a transient phenomenon of Australian academe should think again.(10) Politics defines the world of means subordinate to ends, of instrumental complexes, of conflict, disputation and strife.(11) I mean the Prime Minister's own statement to the Parliament in late May conveyed that the number of days lost through industrial disputation is the lowest in 90 years.(12) Their ill-tempered personalisation of the controversy through sourly self-justificatory sound-bites merely brought broadcasting disputation to an unseemly new low.(13) In the absence of a company policy on this issue, a theft-of-employee-property policy should be developed to avoid possible future disputation with affected employees.(14) The usual disputation has followed over which side's firing made it worse, but at one stage Johnston ordered his men - agitated, often inexperienced and probably terrified - to desist from a shooting spree.(15) He achieved military and intellectual fame in Europe, challenged the continent's best brains to public disputation , gained high political office in Italy and was assassinated at the age of 25.(16) Even the content of this table talk is shared with the scholars' disputation .
(1) disputation :: anghydfod,
1. debate ::
2. tilt ::
3. public debate ::
1. accord ::
2. agreement ::
3. consensus ::
4. harmony ::
5. unanimity ::
Different Formsdisputation, disputations
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