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dispute
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  • Who, in the name of what Law, would think of disputing my full personal right over the fortnight of life left to me?
  • "One might dispute your right to ask such questions," observed Lebedeff’s nephew.
  • But I do not dispute in the least that the number of persons consumed appears to denote a spice of greediness.
  • He did not dispute the matter, but glanced at what was in my hand and disappeared.
  • Seeing Gania unhappy, she was anxious to help him, in spite of their former disputes and misunderstandings.

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  • She disputes his claim.
  • The area has long been a source of dispute between India and Pakistan.

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