Controversal


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Con`tro`ver´sal


a.1.Turning or looking opposite ways.
The temple of Janus, with his two controversal faces.
- Milton.
2.Controversial.
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There must be no controversal graffiti on any car, a half-roll cage is advisable, but not essential at this early stage.
Police said on Thursday that Olmert, 63, was suspected in a case in which millions of dollars were exchanged for the promotion of real estate projects, including a controversal housing scheme in Jerusalem in which zoning laws had to be changed.
Bishop again led the pack with two first place citations for the controversal June 2008 cover, depicting a woman on a beach reading three theological books written by Canadian Presbyterian scholars, and original artwork (March 2008).
THE CONTROVERSAL Indo-US nuclear agreement on supplying latest technology and fuel to India's civilian nuclear power plants finally got the approval from United States Senate last week.