Example sentences for: disputing

How can you use “disputing” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The NYT has good evidence disputing this claim, but buries it below the fold: in 1984, Gore backed a proposal to broaden the definition of "person" in civil rights laws to include "unborn children from the moment of conception."

  • And a group of greens who had supported the closure of the pipeline recently held a press conference disputing McGreevey's claims, saying that the state's big business and industrial interests, with which McGreevey was affiliated at the time, had opposed the bill.

  • Rather, the attorneys provide pro bono counsel in matters such as protecting victims of spouse or child abuse, protecting individuals and families from loss of housing through illegal eviction or assisting the elderly in disputing Medicaid claim denials.

  • There is no disputing: When guns in the classroom are outlawed, only outlaws in the classroom have guns.

  • Gere is Ike Graham, a New York-based USA Today columnist, who hears about Maggie in a bar and, without even a call to confirm his facts ( check ), devotes his next piece to an un-PC screed on the inconstancy of all women ( check ) with this "runaway bride" as Exhibit A. The column makes him instantly ( check ) unpopular with all those Manhattan USA Today readers ( check ) who recognize him on the street ( check ), not to mention the hordes of small-town USA Today readers who wait for the paper's delivery truck as if it were the Good Humor man ( check ). After the subject of the column responds with a letter composed on a manual typewriter ( check ) disputing its facts, his editor and ex-wife ( check ) (Rita Wilson) promptly ( check ) fires him ( check ).


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