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controversiality

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  • noun The quality or state of being controversial.

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Examples

  • It is the controversiality of the HCR bills, not what is actually in them, that is unpopular.

    Think Progress » Democrats Need To Pass A Comprehensive Health Care Bill

  • If someone says something very emotional or controversial, people want to comment and interact controversiality.

    Is the edublogosphere a closed, elite cocktail party?

  • If someone says something very emotional or controversial, people want to comment and interact controversiality.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • In this early-hour darkness, our tires streaming the wet pavement, isolated in a quiet Havana morning, it strikes me that even the most basic belief in sovereignty offers substantial insight into the complexities of U.S. antagonism toward Cuba and Venezuela, as well as the controversiality of those countries internal policies.

    Sean Penn: Mountain of Snakes (Part II)

  • There's one more rather dangerous theory that seems to give some plausibility to the glottalic theory, which I, due to its controversiality didn't want to pull out to soon.

    Winter's Law in Balto-Slavic, "Hybrid Theory" and phonation - Part 1

  • If someone says something very emotional or controversial, people want to comment and interact controversiality.

    An example of annotated linking of your blogs comments

  • So I have no grounds to complain; on the contrary, writers should consider the condition of permanent controversiality to be invigorating, part of the risk involved in choosing the profession.

    Nobel Lecture - Literature 1999

  • Immediately afterwards, Syria, backed by other Islamic states, requested that the brackets (indicating controversiality in UN terms) be removed from a paragraph in which the conference reaffirms "that colonisation by settlers and foreign occupation constitute sources, causes and forms of racism".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He thinks democracy requires judges to reject any interpretation the framers would have rejected; but "reasonable people" disagree with that view of democracy as much as about any view of liberty, and if the controversiality of liberty disqualifies any constitutional theory that presupposes one view of it, Rees's own theory is disqualified in the same way.

    Reagan's Justice: An Exchange

  • Legal - there could possibly be push back against this project due to the controversiality of Peer-to-Peer networks and the music / film industries.

    Planet Mozilla

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