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His casual Friday look is not about a rejection of convention, but rather a noncontroversial loosening up.
In many cases, the decisions informed by these studies are noncontroversial—whether to fund a vaccine campaign against whooping cough, whether to screen all 65-year-olds for diabetes, regardless of their risk factors.
Some of the instructions are common-sense and noncontroversial (e.g., don’t enforce rules governing nonprofits against religious organizations while letting their secular counterparts skate).
Based on that hearing, which was short and noncontroversial, McKinney is likely to be easily confirmed.
That language of risk – so central to any sort of resiliency planning – can be a noncontroversial and less partisan way to get into climate discussions, say many experts.
No groups registered against it, the Wisconsin Tavern League supported it and the Assembly passed it on a voice vote, a procedure used for noncontroversial legislation.
Katrina aid started with a noncontroversial infusion, followed by considerable wrangling between lawmakers from affected states and more budget-conscious lawmakers.
Controversy: Militants and founders Today most people in the U.S. think of Labor Day as a noncontroversial holiday.
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First Known Use of noncontroversial
Related Wordspolitically correct; hands-down, incontestable, incontrovertible, indisputable, indubitable, undeniable, unquestionable; irrefutable; certain, definite, positive, sure; uncontested, undisputed
Near Antonymsarguable, contestable, controvertible, debatable, disputable, doubtable, doubtful, moot, questionable; debated, disputed
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