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noncontroversial

(ˌnɒnkɒntrəˈvɜːʃəl)
adj
not causing dispute, argument, debate, etc
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Adj.1.noncontroversial - not likely to arouse controversynoncontroversial - not likely to arouse controversy  
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First, noncontroversially, a competitor from the same region as his or her judge presumably has more familiarity with the particular predilections of his or her judge and can adapt his or her behavior to conform more closely to that judge's desires.
In particular, smoking may better represent unhealthy behavior, because smoking is noncontroversially unhealthy and so one does not have to draw an arbitrary line between the healthy and unhealthy quantities.
Keats's assertion in his letter to Haydon that he wished to make Hyperion a poem about a "foreseeing God" who would "shape his actions like one" and not be "led on, like Buonaparte, by circumstance" (Selected Letters, 73) makes it sound as though the trouble with Napoleon was that he was not sovereign enough; to be sovereign here is, noncontroversially, to see what lies in the field and therefore think it and act accordingly.