Some articles on dispute, disputes:
... During Thomas Becket's archiepiscopate, the dispute flared up again, with the added complication of an attempt by Gilbert Foliot, the Bishop of London, to have ... Foliot was an opponent of Becket's, and this fed into the dispute, as well as Becket's legateships, which specifically excluded York ... York, crowned Henry the Young King in 1170, this was a furthering of the dispute, as it was Canterbury's privilege to crown the kings of England ...
... Dispute Resolution program, a first in Australia, focuses on the wide range of non-adversarial dispute resolution processes ... Dispute resolution processes are now integrated into the adversarial framework as well as being applied to an ever-widening range of private and public situations ... This emerging practice of professional dispute resolution converge within and outside the legal profession ...
... The main import of the first dispute was the increase in appeals to the papacy to solve the problem ... Also important was the impetus that the disputes gave to efforts by both York and Canterbury to assert their jurisdiction over Scotland, Wales and Ireland ... After the settlement of the profession issue, the dispute turned to other, lesser matters such as how the respective chairs of the two archbishops would be arranged when they were ...
... Milovan Đilas as the president of "Commission for borders" advocated that Sutorina should belong to Montenegro ... It is assumed that he had Tito's support ...
... Coast Mountains Pacific Ranges Kitimat Ranges Boundary Ranges Inside Passage Oregon boundary dispute Strait of Juan de Fuca Haro Strait Rosario Strait San Juan Islands Dispute Point Roberts, Washington Alaska ...
More definitions of "dispute":
- (noun): Coming into conflict with.
- (noun): A disagreement or argument about something important.
Example: "He had a dispute with his wife"
Synonyms: difference, difference of opinion, conflict
Famous quotes containing the word dispute:
“The king said, -Divide the living boy in two; then give half to the one, and half to the other. But the woman whose son was alive said to the king -because compassion for her son burned within her - -Please, my lord, give her the living boy; certainly do not kill him! The other said, -It shall be neither mine nor yours; divide it. Then the king responded: -Give the first woman the living boy; do not kill him. She is his mother.”
—Bible: Hebrew, 1 Kings. 3:25-37.
Solomon resolves a dispute between two women over a child. Solomons wisdom was proven by this story.
“As for the dispute about solitude and society, any comparison is impertinent. It is an idling down on the plane at the base of a mountain, instead of climbing steadily to its top.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Your next-door neighbour ... is not a man; he is an environment. He is the barking of a dog; he is the noise of a pianola; he is a dispute about a party wall; he is drains that are worse than yours, or roses that are better than yours.”
—Gilbert Keith Chesterton (18741936)