If it is a factual question, although it can be received here, Mr Jackson would be entitled to attempt to controvert it if he could.
Michael Williams is not the first author to controvert its teachings.
Is that not the key proposition which the parties seek to controvert ?
They are wide open to spiritual suggestions that controvert and challenge the beliefs of their families.
For soon, empirical evidence about actual marriages will exist to potentially controvert the predictions.
The defendants are all in a position to controvert the contents of the statements if they dispute them.
If the employer is to controvert that, there should be documentation of the problems.
I shall have to controvert one or two ideas that are almost universally accepted.
In such cases, the earlier acquittal would not be controverted by a guilty verdict on the second.
None of the propositions that I have placed before the Court thus far, with perhaps the exception of the relevance of the precontract correspondence, can be controverted .