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- adj. Argued; not certain, agreed upon, or accepted.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of dispute.
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- adj. subject to disagreement and debate
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Gotarzes, who was generally accepted for king, and might have reigned without having his title disputed, had he not given indications of a harsh and cruel temper.
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It was well, too, that under a new dynasty, with its title disputed, England should not encourage France to continue the friendly policy of Louis XIV towards James, the deposed Stuart Pretender.
State television says Iran's supreme leader has called for national unity during a meeting with representatives of the four candidates in disputed presidential elections.
North and South Korean naval forces exchanged fire Tuesday in disputed waters, South Korea's semi-official Yonhap news agency reported.
Still, Mr. Moallem said he believed a comprehensive Arab-Israeli peace would be doomed without Israel's commitment to first freezing any new construction in disputed territories.
Israel's Housing Ministry has announced plans to build 238 Jewish homes in disputed East Jerusalem, despite opposition from the United States and Palestinians.
Tensions have been high between the Asian giants since the Japanese navy detained a Chinese fishing boat in disputed waters.
But what of an entity that has some allegience in disputed territory, and only there, like the PNA or the Eelam Tigers (before they were defeated)?
TOKYO — Escalating the diplomatic tiff with China, a top government official said Monday that Japan will ask Beijing to pay for the damage incurred by the Japanese patrol boats from a collision with a Chinese fishing trawler in disputed waters.
TOKYO — Tension between China and Japan bumped back up a notch Monday when Tokyo asked Beijing to pay for damages to patrol boats hit by a Chinese fishing vessel in disputed waters, countering China's demand for an apology over the incident.