Dispute [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Dispute:

Compounding the performance issues, however, are personnel disputes.

Problem is, the law is painfully vague on what happens in Congress if there’s a dispute between the chambers over seating electors.

In addition, Apple has also introduced a rule that seems tied to its recent dispute with Basecamp, developers of the Hey email app.

Accounts could be reported as suspicious for a wide variety of reasons—including, in theory, political disputes.

The move will be seen in Ethiopia as a definite show of support for its rivals in the dispute, in particular Egypt.

Authorities said Sheskey was among officers who responded to a domestic dispute, though they have not said whether Blake was part of the dispute.

They did not say whether Blake was armed or why police opened fire, they released no details on the dispute, and they did not immediately disclose the race of the three officers at the scene.

He said he understood that the fraud allegation was in dispute but, given the lack of evidence, he ordered Gladden to pay money she knew she didn’t owe or have.

The dispute is shaping up into a major antitrust showdown as friction between developers and Apple has been building for more than a year.

Turkey is mired in territorial disputes with Greece and Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean as it searches for oil and gas in contested waters.