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  • verb Present participle of contest.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Since when does the government orchestrate the firing of a private person and assist a private employer in contesting the employee's receipt of unemployment benefits?

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • After "leave of absence" dragged into a constructive discharge, DOJ then assisted Hawkins in contesting my award of unemployment compensation that barely paid for groceries each week.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • In any case, before our very eyes, we are witnessing a demonstration of the republican theory of the Second Amendment, and the role of firearms in contesting a hated government in Iraq.

    Balkinization

  • They just concentrated on defense and in contesting shots.

    NBA - National Basketball Association - Milwaukee vs. Atlanta

  • The success which they have been enjoying in contesting the older establishment promises to continue, even accelerate, throughout this decade and beyond.

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  • Talk about the idea of contesting the Miami-Dade votes and what the process would be and if, in fact, that's your next step.

    CNN Transcript Nov 23, 2000

  • Stunned by these disasters, the government at Rome gave up the idea of contesting any further the command of the sea.

    A History of Sea Power

  • If you would care to know why I have given up the idea of contesting the will, I'll tell you.

    The Iron Woman

  • Singh recalled contesting from Lucknow as Congress candidate against sitting prime minister AB Vajpayee in 1999.

    Analysis

  • Singh recalled contesting from Lucknow as Congress candidate against sitting prime minister AB Vajpayee in 1999.

    Analysis

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