Contestation sentence example

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  • On the "Contestation" on Monastic Studies, see Maitland, Dark Ages, § x.

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  • Architecture's identification with the built environment makes environmental conditions the primary site for political contestation.

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  • In this it is, in itself, an example of the continued contestation of rhetorical public space.

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  • Identity is not fixed but subject to possible contestation.

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  • The context of my work within the Australian higher education sector is a site of knowledge contestation.

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  • The best known episode of his subsequent life was the "Contestation" with Mabillon on the lawfulness of monks devoting themselves to study, which De Rance denied.

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  • The moral contestation of the SMF reflected their emphasis on true belief, but also the importance of the nganga -system to Bakongo society.

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