non-controversial

Related to non-controversial: disputed, controvert
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non-controversial

[ˈnɒnkɒntrəˈvɜːʃl] ADJno conflictivo, no polémico
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2336-which would raise the debt limit from approximately $4.3 million to $10 million-passed the House in July and was brought unexpectedly to the Senate floor without consideration at the committee level, a parliamentary move normally reserved for non-controversial bills.
There is no reason, no excuse, why this non-controversial measure should not get a similar overwhelming bipartisan vote here on the floor this week.
Samiullah added that the Pakistan hockey needs sincere and non-controversial people who can take the national game forward.
The hockey legend nicknamed as the 'flying horse' added that Pakistan hockey needs sincere and non-controversial people who can take the game forward.
His comments came after Science and Technology Minister Fawad Chaudhry took to Twitter to strongly criticise the ulema and the RHC, saying that ulema cannot be given the authority to dictate the day-to-day affairs of the country and the government would instead introduce a lunar calendar for the next 10 years to make moon sighting for Islamic months non-controversial.
Until this issue was raised by the PTI the name of this government scheme was a completely non-controversial choice.
Caesar Miniatures has previously produced non-controversial sets of toy soldiers depicting conflicts from history - from Roman times to the Second World War.
We will only cooperate on those Bills which are non-controversial," Azad told media after attending the all-party meeting here.
'The bills in the plenary are being debated and languishing in plenary before passage, if controversial, and smoothly passed if beneficial or non-controversial and/or if the bill is of local application.'
He expressed delight that the committee had successfully completed its assignment in a peaceful and non-controversial manner.
'The right of self-determination is a non-controversial part of international law but regrettably, the unarmed Kashmiris are deprived of this basic right.'
The MQM-P leader raised questions over the competence of the ECP in holding transparent and non-controversial polls.
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