Examples of conflicting in a Sentence
conflicting reports from the witnesses at the scene
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The violence around Mansoura has produced conflicting casualty allegations, common amid the fog of this war.
Despite the general’s promises to make the country safer, there are conflicting signs of whether Filipinos feel that way.
Bao was ultimately fired from his job in Florida, not long after giving conflicting testimony during the trial of George Zimmerman, who was ultimately acquitted of murdering Martin.
That incident, in March 1979, was the result of equipment and operator error and prompted 144,000 people to evacuate amid conflicting or ill-informed information from utility and government officials.
When asked about it, body language experts had conflicting views.
But the data obtained by The Times show a conflicting reality: Between 2014 and 2016, there were more than 200 instances when surgeons began two cases at the same time or within five minutes of each other.
Committee member Dede Smith says the committee felt that there wasn’t a historic reference that didn’t have conflicting histories.
The World Wide Web Consortium and others want to make XML more flexible by adding a layer of schemas, which could have the effect of breaking down the divisions among conflicting formats.
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