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compete in

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oppose

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a trial of skill or ability

to strive against (others) for victory

to take a stand against

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51) Firstly, perhaps most contestably, Epictetus's thought--though remaining Stoic through and through--does show some peculiar deviations from orthodoxy which may be due to Cynic influence.
First, one does not require a crystal ball in order to predict that the current Iraqi and Afghan experiences are certain to dampen whatever domestic enthusiasms there may once have been for American conduct of what is now called, contestably, the "long war.
Maher can rightly justify his own attempt to come to terms with McGahern's work by noting that ten years have elapsed since Sampson and that Whyte failed to discuss McGahern's latest and contestably his best novel, That They May Face the Rising Sun
Garran contestably and rather blankly asserts that the undignified US withdrawal from South Vietnam in 1975 marked the 'collapse' of the Cold War forward defence strategy.
There is still the possibility of a pivotal voter when the vote count is on the margin of becoming contestably close.