This whole process does call into question the governance of the game.
The laws call into question the future of organizations and events that challenge the party’s rule.
At worst, a nominee's struggles could call into question Biden's judgment and ability to govern, potentially costing him votes.
But the Caddo Parish district attorney seemed to call into question the quality of the police’s investigation in a June 2 press release.
It is in their memory that I call into question our lack of compassion and support of those living as refugees in Hong Kong society today.
The debacle in Afghanistan will require demonstrations of greater commitment elsewhere, but it doesn’t call into question the order itself.
These phenomena call into question the traditional assumption that the brain reconstructs detailed and accurate internal models of the visual field.
But one might call into question the existence of such a being without appeal to supplementary premises about contingent facts concerning the existence of evil.
But the Chinese research and articles in the magazine Science that he quotes do not actually call into question China being the place where the outbreak started.
Brink Lindsey, a trade expert at the Cato Institute think-tank, even suggests it would call into question America's entire post-war commitment to global liberalisation.
Failure to implement such restrictions would leave a “worrying gap” in the government’s efforts to tackle obesity and would “call into question” Theresa May’s commitment to the issue, the MPs said.
The original police reports—several dozen yellowed pages, some covered in handwritten jottings, some of them typed—contain revelations that call into question the 1987 state-police report that declared the killing an accident.
As though China’s nuclear build-up were not enough to worry about, this year’s Pentagon report says that China’s work on “dual-use applications” call into question its compliance with the Biological and Toxins Weapons Convention.
It said those steps were not taken because of “shortfalls in linked-up decision-making within the Rio Tinto organisation, and standards of governance and accountability, which call into question aspects of the work culture and priorities at Brockman 4”.
“A pillar of feminism today is to listen to victims and to call into question the impunity of aggressors or possible aggressors, and how the justice system treats them,” said Chloé Deschamps, an 18-year-old student who had closely followed the case involving Mr.
The Forbes article on Saturday also noted that “some researchers call into question” whether koalas were functionally extinct, “noting how difficult it is to measure total koala populations and that populations could be a much larger than estimated by the A.K.F.”
The results of the exercise call into question the effectiveness of equality legislation such as the 2000 Race Relations Act and the 2010 Equality Act, which have seemingly done little to promote people of minority backgrounds into the highest positions of power.
While the US’s adversaries may seek to compromise election infrastructure to interfere with the voting process, steal sensitive data, or call into question the validity of the election results, he surmises that it would be difficult to interfere with or manipulate voting results at scale.
Professor David Beard, of the University of Oxford who was co-chief investigator on the study said: “Our findings call into question the value of shoulder decompression surgery for this group of patients, and should be communicated to patients and doctors considering this type of surgery.
A type of justification is defeasible if and only if that justification could be overridden by further evidence that goes against the truth of the proposition or undercut by considerations that call into question whether there really is justification (say, poor lighting conditions that call into question whether vision provides evidence in those circumstances).
On this page, there are 20 sentence examples for call into question. They are all from high-quality sources and constantly processed by lengusa's machine learning routines.
Just use the " " button to fragment sentence examples and start your learning flow.
Example output from one of your searches:
A type of justification is defeasible if and only if that justification could be overridden by further evidence that goes against the truth of the proposition or undercut by considerations that call into question whether there really is justification say poor lighting conditions that call into question whether vision provides evidence in those circumstances