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debate

Politics
1. a formal discussion, as in a legislative body, in which opposing arguments are put forward
2. the formal presentation and opposition of a specific motion, followed by a vote
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Tuazon Boulevard in Cubao to Guadalupe in Makati, a distance of 5.2 kilometers, to achieve the five-minute mark, noting that 60 kph is 'within our speed limit but is it feasible?' 'Then that's debatable,' he added.
The program "Debatable" is broadcast on Dubai TV, every Wednesday after a summary of the news of the tenth evening UAE time, at 06:05 GMT, and Thursday morning return at 07:00, Friday at 13:00, and Saturday at 05:00 00:00 UAE time, which is prepared and presented by the Tunisian media Nufar Ramool.
Trust Me (BBC1, 9pm-10pm) It was debatable whether this series needed a second run as the first saga with Jodie Whitaker was so complete.
CHRIS Hemsworth has claimed his career was "debatable" before he was cast as Thor.
The screening is part of Cinema Akil's brand new discussion driven programme 'Debatable'.
That Pakistan's biggest asset is its youth is not debatable. That this asset is going to waste is not debatable either.
He said that Parliament was an appropriate forum for legislation as opposition had used this platform for creating propaganda against incumbent government and just walkout over all debatable national issues.
The commentator, meanwhile, also reflected on former England skipper Alastair Cook's retirement from cricket, stating that the former is unarguably an "outstanding" opening batsman but whether to consider him as one of the greats is debatable.
So say the boffins who have pored over hundreds of hours of top-flight action to determine which teams benefited most from debatable officiating and fortunate deflections.
On their journeys, they meet people like Wattie Blakey, an elderly mole catcher, just one of the many characters--some from history--who spring to life in Robb's new book about a desolate border tract known as the Debatable Land, the oldest territorial division in Great Britain.
Whether the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 or the FERC's March 15, 2018 policy statement triggers this right is debatable. What is not debatable, however, is that Loews has an obligation to act in good faith in exercising that right.
"Magiging debatable issue 'yan (It might be a debatable issue) because decisions of Supreme Court become the law of the land.