In 2008, a controversial bid to allow oil transfer between ships in the firth was refused by Forth Ports. The history, status, and authority of the content of rubrics are significant, and sometimes controversial, among liturgical scholars. In short, this saying refers to be very happy or pleased with the current situation. Their controversial choice to wear denim and Bermuda shorts led to strictly enforced rules. Constantine was a ruler of major importance, and he has always been a controversial figure. Show More Sentences Several of Bangladesh's laws are controversial, archaic or in violation of the country's own constitution.
Cultural diversity definitions can be as controversial as diversity projects and initiatives. Adolf Hitler was able to gain popularity by utilising German discontent with the still controversial Treaty of Versailles. Arguments for and against the controversial subject of privatization are presented here. This concept has been controversial in Buddhism, but has a following in the East Asian Buddhism. It aims to contribute to a reassessment of the scholarly profile of the controversial but fascinating polyhistor. Wave power is still in its infancy, but it is far less controversial than the wind farms that are springing up around Britain.
University building developments which transformed the George Square and Potterrow areas proved highly controversial. This has been described as controversial and, in some other areas where it has been proposed, the idea has been rejected. Mozambique's controversial entry led to the Edinburgh Declaration and the current membership guidelines. Nevertheless, after the score was announced, Louis had won a controversial unanimous decision. The gravel in the Brooklyn tones, the acidity in the wit and the raucous laugh remind us we are in the presence of one of the most controversial figures in literary history.
On 23 November 1600, he preached at Whitehall a controversial sermon on justification. Whether there is a distinct body of law in Australia known as the law of unjust enrichment is a highly controversial question. Some of the activity is controversial, however, because regulatory controls over the use of natural resources are not always effective. I am a law student and in my jurisprudence courses, I have come across the term 'lawyer' used for persons who were actually legal thinkers and did not practice the law before the courts. Over recent days the controversial issue of the politics of aid has begun to emerge.
But as the age of the European empires recedes, he is recognised as an incomparable, if controversial, interpreter of how empire was experienced. Ella es tan porfiada, ¡nunca está de acuerdo con nadie! In his time, Martin Luther was a controversial thinker. The killing in Sarasota, Florida, has refocused attention on Toughman, a controversial spectacle in which anyone can slug it out in the ring, no previous experience required. Gore, which ended the electoral recount during the presidential election of 2000, was especially controversial. Words of doubtful status it labeled vulgar or slang.
As a result, the government is now taking a circuitous route and trying to avoid those controversial subjects by keeping off the topic or delaying the discussions. Some have suggested Norway maples may also release chemicals to discourage undergrowth, although this is controversial. One of the more controversial genera was Tapeinanthus, but today it is included in Narcissus. In this position Smith piloted the highly controversial devolution proposals for Scotland and Wales through the House of Commons. That there is no other way to God but Jesus? Taoiseach Bertie Ahern has signalled that he intends retaining the controversial Groceries Order, despite admitting that abolishing it would bring down prices. This controversial figure was given land by King Wulfhere to build a monastery at Lichfield.
He introduced the controversial Sinhala Only Act, recognising Sinhala as the only official language of the government. Kott's views were controversial and contemporary critics wrote, either in favour of or against Kott's views, but few ignored them. Flags in Northern Ireland are controversial, their symbolism reflecting underlying sectarian and political differences. It's safest not to give an inch. As a description of people living today, the term stone age is controversial.
However, the phrase can also mean to put in a strong or strenuous effort — also applicable to stage actors. But, what do they really mean and where do they come from? Today, the reputation of his poetry remains high, though the exact identity of the author is more controversial. There exists perhaps no conception the meaning of which is more controversial than that of sovereignty. Energy recovery from waste is highly controversial and also limited in capacity. Thus, there might occur a robbery at a bank during working hours or there might occur a theft at night when the bank is closed. That everyone who dislikes nose-picking ultimately gets marching orders from one place. The work proved controversial with other residents and the local press ran a campaign against the piece over the next two years.
Although alcoholic liver disease remains a controversial indication for transplantation, carefully selected patients do well. As a religious teacher, literary critic, historian and jurist, Mr Harrison took a prominent part in the life of his time, and his writings, though often violently controversial on political and social subjects, and in their judgment and historical perspective characterized by a modern Radical point of view, are those of an accomplished scholar, and of one whose wide knowledge of literature was combined with independence of thought and admirable vigour of style. Fredric Wertham made the same claim in his controversial book, seduction of the Innocent. However, the projects to build offshore parks have been more controversial. The nature of this transition is controversial, and theories range from peaceful integration to enslavement and genocide. Michael Howard will be given a demonstration of the use of the extended baton and the more controversial side-handed baton at the Home Office. We've used them to mean so many different things that other people no longer have any idea what that combination of letters means when we use it.
The relationship between federal and local courts varies from nation to nation and can be a controversial and complex issue in itself. Gentrification of the city's neighborhoods is one of the more controversial and transformative forces shaping contemporary Atlanta. The inspiri ng words of t his book has b een spok en to many b efore and d o I wish to acknowledge the enlightened, ancient and modern for the wise words they spoke yet have never been heard before because of censorship and propaganda. She only likes signing controversial clients, and relishes being able to capitalize on a scandal. One of the more controversial international issues surrounding the Netherlands is its liberal policy towards soft drugs. They look for high-fives every time they drop a zinger on someone from the other side, even if that zinger changed no one's mind and didn't get any new info out there.