Any determination of disputable fact may, the law recognises, be imperfect: the law aims at providing the best and safest solutions compatible with human fallibility and having reached that solution it closes the book.
There was more disputable officiating in yesterday's midday clash at Headingley where Leeds benefited to the tune of 41-18.
Nonetheless, by rejecting these premises, the Stoics often committed themselves to highly disputable contentions.
The official line, even as Britain completes an act of remembrance for the Holocaust, the worst genocide of them all, is that all issues are disputable .
Much of this is eminently disputable , yet the result is constructive stimulation rather than mere provocation.
Whether Spurs would have deserved it is disputable .
Most disputable in its battle against the government is its formal criticism of the identity of the Roh administration.
The result of any fruitful worldview is a firm, self-confident life order that is perceived as necessary, as a reality, about which there is nothing uncertain or disputable .
In fact, the absence of such oligarchic groups in Belarus is a disputable question.
The Nazi regime provides the least disputable historical example of totalitarian excess.