It is arguable, and he was disposed to maintain, that the movement would have succeeded if resolutely pushed by those in command, both in the initial stage, when it was a purely naval attack, and in the later stage, when considerable military forces had been landed and fought many desperate fights.
But there is an arguable case of some real weight against Colossians, Ephesians, Pastorals - least against Colossians and perhaps most against the Pastorals.
It's arguable about whether they are better together or apart.
There are plenty arguable traits of a good parent depending on who you ask.
Featuring a loner (and arguable a loser), the quintessential tough-guy down on his luck, the online playing field, the mysterious female sidekick, Neuromancer won both the Hugo and the Nebula awards.
Yep, more jail time just might do this violence prone, former (that's arguable) drug addict a little bit of good.
It is arguable that the point is moot because many mental health treatments are covered by insurance.
This meme-driven altruism might even explain the popularity of activities like recycling bottles, in spite of their arguable value.
arguable that the damage took a few more mega years to entrench itself.
arguable that risks to data subjects have increased since 1984 when the Data Protection Act came into force.
arguable whether a treatment is a preventative or a cure.
arguable jurisdiction point to the enforcement stage.
It is therefore arguable that an analysis using these deprivation categories today may be less accurate than it would have been ten years ago.
It is also arguable that such conduct would fall foul of the Human Rights Act 1998.
It seems highly arguable therefore that such an address is one from which the person behind it cannot be identified.
It is therefore arguable that urban structure is largely coterminous with the movement network.
None the less, it is arguable that an opt-out system is ethically justifiable in certain circumstances.
mediated by opioid receptors is arguable.
FunckBrentano's attempt to prove that Mattioli did not die in 1694 is far from convincing; but the assumption that he did is inferential, and to that extent arguable.
arguable that the judges created the principle.
arguable that the first word was ' wow ' .
arguable grounds of appeal.
arguable that the state has expanded its role in some areas of crime prevention.
arguable that the criminal law does not take into account " mere " psychiatric illnesses.
arguable case for saying he was plainly wrong.
arguable defense demonstrating a genuine desire on the part of Golden Shore for a trial in India was decisive.
arguable claim to be the oldest still open railroad station in the world.
arguable exception of Inspector White, the necessary proximity in time and place was also absent.
There is a strongly arguable case that economies prosper where there is less, rather than more, taxation.
There ought first to be some likely or reasonably arguable connection between the car and the claimant.
For in the latter, liability is probably strict, whilst in the former, it is certainly arguable that fault must be established.
In my judgment, therefore, it is highly arguable that the Article 13 defense in relation to Adriano was simply not made out.
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