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Speaking to the media here on Sunday during a visit to the residence of the partys youth wing leader, the Minister controverter any change of the prime minister.
The DPO also controverter putting 91 allegedly controversial ulemas under observation, as earlier stated during a press conference by RPO Mushtaq Shah, and said the ulemas were only notified about doing away with galvanizing acts.
Words were often troped as swords, and rhetoric was understood as a weapon, Jonson comments ironically, "Some Controverters in Divinity are like Swaggerers in a Taverne, that catch that which stands next them, the candlesticke, or pots; turn every thing into a weapon" (Timber or Discoveries, vol.