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challenge

1. US an assertion that a person is not entitled to vote or that a vote is invalid
2. Law a formal objection to a person selected to serve on a jury (challenge to the polls) or to the whole body of jurors (challenge to the array)

challenge

[′chal·ənj]
(communications)
To cause an interrogator to transmit a signal which puts a transponder into operation.
(immunology)
Administration of an antigen to ascertain state of immunity.
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Santamaria, advocate a holy war against communism which can justify any means of achieving its end", Sexton also kindly pays me the challengeable compliment of being more liberal-minded as editor than any of my predecessors--or successors.
But always to keep all advantages of PA6 and to reduce the effect of different compositions while keeping away from the disadvantage of virgin PA6 is challengeable base on requirements.
It requires an enormous effort to find a reliable partner and an accurate performer who will help your business leave your competitors far behind by developing unique software solutions and implementing any challengeable projects in different kinds of critical situations.
It is the challengeable responsibility of the EDB to play the major role under new scenario of FTAs as expected by the export community.
Jockeys Association secretary Andrew Coonan picked the scab in front of an Oireachtas committee on Tuesday, saying it was "unreasonable, challengeable and inappropriate that the jockeys and other industry bodies do not have any entitlement to this money".
Findings showed that the patriarchal system was well institutionalized in the study community and consolidated by the current State, gender roles in tribal contexts were challengeable and e very limited.
As explained in the Introduction, an order for payment is a combination of summary and substantive legal proceedings; hence it is challengeable by way of grievance (which is applicable to orders issued by the summary court) and appeal (which is applicable to judgments issued by the substantive judge).
Organizations are adopting efficiency enhancing and progressive human resource management practices in order to stay in the market in a more challengeable way [26].
From a legal standpoint, the order appears very challengeable," the source said.
Except for death, the so-called truth of rebirth and nirvana is a highly challengeable concept.
It is clear here that both arguments build on partially correct premises, to reach a conclusion that is challengeable and questionable.
Unfortunately even the educated and the so called cosmopolitan people forget the rights of the individuals at the perception of 'purity of lineage', a certainly challengeable social custom.