Still, it has been challenged.
Dyson challenged 26 claims; NAD upheld all 26 challenges.
Ortiz challenged the ruling, and the error was overturned.
I immediately thought: This is just the push I need — challenged accepted.
First, it may be challenged by opposing its rationale.
It is rare for Commonwealth secretaries-general to be challenged after their first term.
It opened the door for future, similar projects to get the greenlight and challenged what the genre can do.
This week’s creative brief sees the MUAs challenged to produce a look on themselves based on their identity.
Anscombe’s work in “Causality and Determination” challenged some of the empiricist orthodoxy of Hume’s account.
If this is true, it is not surprising that, when challenged, people are reluctant to admit the other side might have a point.
Despite its measured exploration of a complicated subject, “All American Boys” ranked as the third most challenged title in 2020.
"Those who seek to divide our business communities by pitting the small against the large, or by demonising some sectors while championing others, must be challenged.
Although he was never vanquished in a fair fight, Thor coul be conquered by magic, as when a magician-giant named Utgarda-Loki challenged him to a series of tests of his skills.
Simultaneously, China challenged the U.S. system of alliances by establishing formal relations with France and challenged the Soviet Union’s system by forming closer ties with Albania.
“It feels like the police are being challenged in ways that they haven’t been challenged in some time,” said Chuck Wexler, the executive director of the Police Executive Research Forum.
We know other charities have also reported increasing reports of people being challenged in public and we also know of other people who we’ve spoken to who are really anxious about going out and about in case they’re challenged.
"It's not that hard to figure out the industries that will be challenged, but it's not obvious what will happen in a challenged industry," Resnick said, citing an example at another school where one airline rescinded an offer, and another continued to hire.
We've had to go on a journey with it, and we've realized it's no longer possible to stand up for all speech in the hopes society will become a better place because racism will be challenged, or homophobia challenged, or extremism will be challenged."
The RWDSU, under which Amazon's warehouse workers would unionize, said the National Labor Relations Board has cleared all unchallenged ballots, but that "hundreds of challenged ballots" remain, most of which were challenged by Amazon, and that "more issues could impact the final results."
These questions are even more pressing in view of the fact that both features have recently been challenged as correct renditions of the conceptual core of logical consequence — Etchemendy (1990) challenged the centrality of formality and (ST); Fields (2008) challenged the centrality of necessary truth-preservation in view of the semantic paradoxes.
- a demanding or stimulating situation
- take exception to
Example: She challenged his claims
- a call to engage in a contest or fight
- issue a challenge to
Example: Fischer challenged Spassky to a match
- questioning a statement and demanding an explanation
- ask for identification
Example: The illegal immigrant was challenged by the border guard
- a formal objection to the selection of a particular person as a juror
- raise a formal objection in a court of law
- a demand by a sentry for a password or identification
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These questions are even more pressing in view of the fact that both features have recently been challenged as correct renditions of the conceptual core of logical consequence — Etchemendy 1990 challenged the centrality of formality and ST Fields 2008 challenged the centrality of necessary truth-preservation in view of the semantic paradoxes