Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Like the fox, Just knows many things, and his novel serves up discussable topics at every turn.
"We want to try to have a plan that everybody says is discussable," one senior mayoral aide said.
It is a very discussable question whether they are not both much older than England or Ireland.
What is certain is that everything is discussable, a quality highly prized these days.
This time the computer-generated answer is a total falsehood, but it at least serves the purpose of advancing the conversation to some more discussable topic.
"There are discussable issues that are not settled yet," Ms. Azzawi said.
All the rules were discussable.
Weber became a member of this Committee, which was powerless from the beginning, because the war goals were not discussable for this Committee.
"That would be discussable."
It can be anything discussable or thinkable, a thing, event, relationship, quality, law, argument, etc., and can even be fictional, for instance Hamlet.
Remarking that Dostoevsky's The Idiot does not altogether 'come off', he is making a coherent and discussable point, whether or not one accepts it.
The reasons that make Weber or Durkheim or Marx discussable within sociology also apply to Freud's work, or a large part of it.
Besides, even if the treaty were discussable, the Athenians are still capable of finding Anaxagoras guilty of medism, or of anything else that strikes their fancy."
Although later critics have often disagreed with James' particular judgments of individual writers or works, almost all acknowledge that James helped to make narrative fiction discussable as one of the fine arts.
Everywhere, everywhen, the rulers of society have tried to put a brake on the third circuit, todecelerate the acceleration function, to establish limits on what was printable, discussable, even thinkable.
Theological noncognitivists await a coherent definition of the word God (or of any other metaphysical utterance purported to be discussable) before being able to engage in arguments for or against God's existence.
Certainly, his response to the attacks has burnished his image in the national media, and helped to make him a plausible - or at least a discussable - contender for his party's presidential nomination in 2008.
The thing was not discussable, even with a near acquaintance like Calvin because ... because of the nature of the thing ... because one had to behave like a normal, unworried human being.
"We spent two minutes on it, as long as it took to say it's not discussable and the story was irresponsible," Barry Halper said, referring to published reports in The Daily News on Thursday.
The fact that I have to fear that mentioning the poor will induce only yawns or groans, as if I'd questioned the propriety of sleeveless dresses, tells us something about what seems important, even discussable, to us now.
"Democrats have basically said this is not a discussable issue, and that really helps create a vacuum that David Duke helped fill," argued Terry Eastland, who was a top official in the Justice Department under President Ronald Reagan.