It has been a contentious issue for decades.
There was contentious debate over the use of genetically modified crops.
Why are contentious topics so often thrown together?
A division of share rights agreements becomes contentious where the target company's country has a domestic CGT regime.
Points in the draft that we view as helpful may appear contentious to some of them.
Age has been a particularly contentious issue for social workers.
Contentious campus matters seem to be very popular.
The result was viewed as contentious in some quarters.
The remaining detail of the document doesn't seem contentious.
What is contentious in that context is the debate on the Welsh language.
It will prove most contentious to the political party itself.
What is being done to address this increasingly contentious Internet issue?
Hunting with hounds is a highly contentious subject of great interest to people who live in rural areas.
The only area that remains contentious in that context is the debate on the Welsh language.
Extra time is, however, undoubtedly useful to improve the quality of "technical" drafting which is not politically contentious.
However, large or potentially contentious applications are decided by panels of councilors.
At this point he hasn't appealed to God or made claims that even most atheists would find contentious.
Finally, some thought needs to be given to the somewhat contentious issue of assessment time.
As Mom used to say, truth hurts, but surely silver tongued Alex could have found a less contentious way of saying it.
This tendency undoubtedly shows a marked reaction from the contentious theology of Roscellinus and Abelard.