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1 This is, in one sense, unobjectionable and Kemp rightly weighs the evidence for influence circumspectly.
2 We unobjectionable please proceed negotiation as think best.
3 It is quite unobjectionable exteriorly.
4 It is unobjectionable to inquire into the legitimacy of a community, so long as this question is posed as a political one.
5 The ends are unobjectionable; it's the means that one can't accept.
6 Bird watching is just about the most unobjectionable hobby in the world.
7 The term — a gauzy, unobjectionable way to talk about the combustible topic of race — has had a remarkable run.
8 Such processing is unobjectionable provided that it occurs in a closed system.
9 So ingrained is the reflex of contention that even seemingly unobjectionable ideas provoke it.
10 And the pledges were largely of the motherhood and apple pie kind-wholesome, sensible and entirely unobjectionable.
11 Above average wines that perhaps lack that little something extra that makes them worthy of a 90-point score. Satisfactory. Drinkable and unobjectionable .
12 Compared to some of the other models on this list, Sharethrough is relatively unobjectionable, because it doesn't pay users directly or manipulate play counts, the way some bands did on MySpace.
13 His political philosophy, where it emerged,(www.Sentencedict.com) was specific enough to sound intelligent and general enoughto seem universally unobjectionable.
14 Research and education have become like motherhood and apple pie: harmless, wholesome and completely unobjectionable.
15 What seems crucial in the debate about it, however, is not whether indoctrination passes this criterion but whether its use is desirable and morally unobjectionable.
16 Somehow he must prepare them to regard the law so lightly and see sin as so unobjectionable, that when their lives are on the line, they will choose to disobey rather than perish.
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