dispute


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Synonyms for dispute

Synonyms for dispute

to put forth reasons for or against something, often excitedly

to take a stand against

Synonyms for dispute

References in classic literature ?
Upon the whole, as a community between man and man so entire as to include everything possible, and thus to have all things that man can possess in common, is very difficult, so is it particularly so with respect to property; and this is evident from that community which takes place between those who go out to settle a colony; for they frequently have disputes with each other upon the most common occasions, and come to blows upon trifles: we find, too, that we oftenest correct those slaves who are generally employed in the common offices of the family: a community of property then has these and other inconveniences attending it.
So, seeing your camp, I decided to ask you to settle the dispute for once and all, that I may not be further annoyed by this ignorant crab.
It told of the dispute between Agamemnon and Menelaus, the departure from Troy of Menelaus, the fortunes of the lesser heroes, the return and tragic death of Agamemnon, and the vengeance of Orestes on Aegisthus.
All this while Mr Jones was engaged in conversation with the serjeant; for that officer was entirely unconcerned in the present dispute, being privileged by immemorial custom from all contribution.
The dispute now grew so very warm that it seemed to draw towards a military decision, when Jones, stepping forward, silenced all their clamours at once, by declaring that he would pay the whole reckoning, which indeed amounted to no more than three shillings and fourpence.
Taste: that is weight at the same time, and scales and weigher; and alas for every living thing that would live without dispute about weight and scales and weigher!
CIArb and CEDR envisage the sale as the beginning of a closer and mutually-beneficial relationship between both organisations and have agreed to cooperate in the area of research on dispute resolution techniques.
Any dispute can distract from the goal and momentum of a VR case.
com/reports/c80872) has announced the addition of "Chern on Dispute Boards: Practice and Procedure" to their offering.
Party to party negotiation was deemed the most popular method of alternative dispute resolution in 2013, followed up arbitration and adjudication.
The grade dispute erupted when Amanda's parents, Amy and Jeff Wolin, contested the two grades.
The arbitration system, the predominant method of dispute resolution in the treaty reinsurance business, is broken.
The recommendation to install a larger sleeve with additional sound-deadening insulation was not embraced by the upstairs neighbor, placing the dispute with the board, which was reluctant to force the upstairs tenant to assume the cost of new sleeve.
With less than 25% of large corporate audits and only 1% of proposed audit dollars agreed on in the late 1980s, the IRS has recognized the need to improve the dispute resolution process and has developed several programs.
Reporting on its first year operating across the entire United Kingdom, The Dispute Service has published new figures confirming it as the leading force in tenancy deposit protection.