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  • The exact strength of Navy personal is subject to question.
  • Whether that is true is subject to question.
  • They leave no paper trails and just how far within the law they operate is subject to question.
  • The Office of Government Ethics rules prohibit officials from taking part in meetings where their impartiality is subject to question.
  • The spy service " is now so battered that its utility for espionage is subject to question ."
  • State and federal authorities hastened to point out that the threat report came from sources whose reliability is subject to question.
  • Often the authenticity of such auctions is subject to question, and it is not later verified whether the auction was successfully completed.
  • Liacos added, " The ability of the Legislature to write a bill narrowly enough to pass federal review is subject to question.
  • Protul patrols the market area every night, shouting  Beware, all honest people !  although his own honesty is subject to question.
  • The Office of Government Ethics rules prohibit officials from participating in meetings where their impartiality is subject to question, or using a public office for private gain.
  • This heteronormative way of viewing the family is subject to question by those who believe that Sikhism is more tolerant of those who are not viewed as  normal.
  • That Godiva, as she later was known, made her infamous bare-back ride is subject to question by some historians, but not by the good people of Coventry.
  • The tibia of " Protoavis " allegedly possesses both a lateral and cranial cnemial crest, though the validity of this claim is subject to question due to the preservation quality of the material.
  • "I support the principle for post-tenure review because I'm concerned that tenure is a privilege, and if it is abused by one, it is subject to question for all.
  • His judgment on political matters is subject to question, " said Edmund Robinson, now a Boston attorney and Unitarian minister who in 1987 was in charge of the Charleston church committee that persuaded Exoo to resign.
  • :: From Mangoe, " Lots of heat here and almost no light . " and " I have to say that a convention worked out away from the rest of the Christianity project is subject to question . " I couldn't agree more heartily.