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1. "It's all a moot point now," Martha said.
2. It is a moot question whether changes of the latter kind actually occur.
3. He arranged with the king to moot a series of financial projects the acceptance of which by His Majesty would have implied a long tenure of office for the Conservatives, and so Alphonso XII.
4. The origin of these cells is a moot point.
5. The project fell through, but gave occasion for the famous moot at Salisbury in which William took an oath of direct allegiance from "all the land-sitting men that were in England" (1086).
6. Whether this principle may legitimately be extended to the notation adopted in (iii.) (a) of � 14 is a moot point.
7. It was a moot point whether all souls so survive, as Cleanthes thought, or the souls of the wise and good alone, which was the opinion of Chrysippus; in any case, sooner or later individual souls are merged in the soul of the universe, from which they proceeded.
8. In the town are two strong castellated towers of the 14th century, known as the Moot Hall and the Manor Office.
9. Parliaments occasionally assembled on the Moot Hill, where the first national council of which we possess records was held (906).
10. It is a moot point whether S.
11. The Moot Hill was known also as the Hill of Belief from the fact that here the Pictish king promulgated the edict regulating the Christian church.
12. E moot to pronounce o as u, and to drop e after a group of consonants (dent for dente).
13. It was a moot question whether Peixoto, after the revolt was crushed, would not declare himself dictator; certainly many of his friends were anxious that he should follow this course, but he was broken down by the strain which had been imposed upon him and was glad to surrender his duties.
14. In the latter part of the word we have, of course, the same root as in caedere, " to kill," but whether or not the former part is from pater, " a father," or from the same root that we have in per-peram, per-jurium, is a moot point.
15. The unit of Icelandic politics was the homestead with its franklin-owner (buendi) its primal organization the hundredmoot (thing), its tie the gooorc5(godar) or chieftainship. The chief who had led a band of kinsmen and dependants to the new land, taken a " claim " there, and parcelled it out among them, naturally became their leader, presiding as priest at the temple feasts and sacrifices of heathen times, acting as speaker of their moot, and as their representative towards the neighbouring chiefs.
16. Theorizing a work by such a emotive director is very tempting, but somewhat moot.
17. moot point I raised.
18. moot question at first sight.
19. Thus the question of whether the Difference Engine was itself a tool became moot.
20. A small picturesque Moot Hall of the 16th century is used for corporation meetings.
21. The bailiff was to be chosen every year in the Moot Hall and to be assisted by fourteen principal burgesses and a recorder.
22. As such, the beadle goes back to early Teutonic times; he was probably attached to the moot as its messenger or summoner, being under the direction of the reeve or constable of the leet.
23. The Moat or Moot hill at the south end of the town - an earthen mound 30 ft.
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25. In addition whether the court in a member state will take notice of an anti-suit injunction is moot.
26. However, NATO had deliberately bypassed the UN, rendering this argument moot.
27. moot court with an industry.
28. In addition an annual varsity moot takes place against the University of Sheffield.
29. It may confidently be asserted that, of insects which directly or indirectly affect the welfare of man, Diptera form the vast majority, and it is a moot point whether the good effected by many species in the rapid clearing away of animal and vegetable impurities, and in keeping other insect enemies in check, counterbalances the evil and annoyance wrought by a large section of the Order.
30. Whether this principle may legitimately be extended to the notation adopted in (iii.) (a) of � 14 is a moot point.
31. How far, however, this rule was strictly observed, and what was the relation of the Roman dalmatic to the diaconal alba and subdiaconal tunica, which were in liturgical use in Gaul and Spain so early as the 6th century, are moot points (see Braun, p. 252).
32. For authoritative declarations upon the latest moot points the Transactions of the International Union for Solar Research (Manchester) may be consulted, vol.
33. Disputes between neighbouring chiefs and their clients, and uncertainty as to the law, brought about the Constitution of Ulfliot (c. 930), which appointed a central moot for the whole island, the Althing, and a speaker to speak a single " law " (principally that followed by the Gula-moot in Norway); the Reforms of Thord Gellir (964), settling a fixed number of moots and chieftaincies, dividing the island into four quarters (thus characterized by Ari: north, thickest settled, most famous; east, first completely settled; south, best land and greatest chiefs; west, remarkable for noble families), to each of which a head-court, the " quarter-court," was assigned; and the Innovations of Skapti (ascribed in the saga to Nial) the Law- Speaker (d.
34. Of course, this all becomes a moot point for pet owners who did not acquire their cat from a breeder who has taken careful note of an animal's pedigree and family health history.
35. Debating whether global warming is human caused or a natural planetary cycle is almost a moot point when decreasing the greenhouse effect and slowing global warming is humanly possible.
36. This infuses the whole dish with the flavor and heat of the chili, thus making the removal of the chili pepper from the dish to reduce the heat a moot point.
37. If you are allergic to sunflower seeds, the nutritional boastings of this food are a moot point in light of the intense immunological reaction your body will have upon ingesting the seeds.
38. Gay, straight, or bi, the issue of a celebrity's sexual preference may seem like a moot issue.
39. The girlfriend claims that she and Malil were no longer a couple at the time, but that point seems moot.
40. The point of building an energy efficient home is moot if you do not begin with energy efficient home wall construction.
41. There are those who say that plus size women should stay away from low-rise jeans and trousers because they are unflattering, thus rendering low-rise plus size string bikini panties moot.
42. This version is not as full or comprehensive as the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions, but if you don't own those newer consoles, this is all a moot point anyways.
43. It is arguable that the point is moot because many mental health treatments are covered by insurance.
44. MOOT Corporate Competition offers sample business plans online from a variety of industries with an emphasis on technology and manufacturing.
45. Before we get started, many of you may not be familiar with what RSS is in the first place, so it's kind of a moot point to discuss it until everyone is on the same page.
46. In 2000, Mexico served as host to the 11th World Scout Moot.
47. Bandy moot figure bandied around by the press was 12 regions, whittled down from a weighty 27 applications that had eventually flowed in.
48. The moot judge, Professor Alastair Mullis, was impressed by the mooting standard of the finalists and their grasp of the criminal law.
49. moot competitions with success.
50. moot problem can be written by a student or member of staff.
51. Some were lying broken on the ground, where a transport accident had rendered moot a year's work.
52. It is a moot question whether this statute took away the appeal to the Upper Houses of the various convocations in causes wherein the king was concerned (see Gorham v.
53. When the notion of the conference was first mooted, the demand for central bank co-operation was a vague and ill-defined one.
54. The opposite view is taken by those who press for rapid change to minimise the capacity for resistance to the mooted new pattern.
55. When reconciliation became a possibility, it too was mooted through the women.
56. The chance to convert a proposal long mooted into reality was too precious to let slip.
57. A conference is mooted, keeping public officials well supplied with club-class tickets and limelight.
58. The rebuilding of the cathedral, as was often the case, had been mooted some time before.
59. The need for regulatory change had been mooted for some time.
60. If insufficient moots are organised, try to get a law teacher or barrister to judge a private one for yourself and friends.
61. While such proposals were being mooted, it is no wonder licensed dealers were still in demand.
62. All the various approaches to statutor y interpretation mooted above can, with different degrees of emphasis, be understood as paying regard to the enactors' intentions.
63. The success of compulsory dipping, mooted since the 1870s and finally introduced in 1895, depended on fencing to quarantine clean flocks.
64. Two variables have been mooted as possible determinants of success in making plural reference.
65. As moots fell into desuetude, the inns' educative function also fell into abeyance.
66. Proposals for projects in other sectors, like agriculture, transport, and nuclear energy, had been mooted, however, and debated on and off.
67. The first mooted no principles, but was a series of improvised measures, often local, that nowhere changed the fundaments of the state.
68. Indeed, the ' privatisation ' of water has been shrouded in secrecy since the idea was first mooted in the early 1990s.
69. When the idea of a survey of the stations was first mooted in the late 1970s, these three were still largely intact despite the ravages of weather, looting, and vandalism.
70. Restrictions on immigration are mooted.
71. The vexed question of popular involvement, for example, which liberals tended to welcome in theory but to avoid in practice, is barely mooted in the text.
72. What is more, the idea is being mooted that the fines should be collected by managements from the pay packets of the workers concerned.
73. Boycotts of auctions were mooted and some dealers actually absented themselves from auctions for a while.
74. A variation on it which has been mooted is to transfer teachers' pay, further education, police and the fire service.
75. Up to four additional power stations in the seaside area are now mooted in some quarters.
76. Now we have been overtaken by circumstances, and a move is mooted.
77. I have not the least faith in the various schemes which are so often mooted for relief works.
78. First, inflation has been brought firmly under control since the idea was first mooted.
79. Ever since the idea of a national lottery was first mooted, there has been a debate about the best basis on which to establish it.
80. In the meantime, various arrangements are being mooted by some local authorities and by people who give great thought to these matters.
81. Many pay claims being mooted at the moment involve an element of catching up.
82. I regret that some of the more thrusting ideas and the more grandiose plans which were originally mooted have been tapered down.
83. I put this forward as a matter which has been mooted in various directions.
84. There is improved status for the training of teachers, and he has mooted alterations in the position of head teachers.
85. My only concern is the question, mooted recently, of the greatly increased potential effectiveness of energised chemical lasers in space.
86. We heard a lot in the days, when this subject was first being mooted of the importance of seeing how we get along.
87. When the proposals for commonhold were first mooted, they were closely associated with leasehold enfranchisement.
88. I hope that this is not seriously mooted.
89. I know that this has been mooted for the last eight years and nothing has happened.
90. Demutualisation would certainly not bring the windfalls that it would have brought when it was first mooted back in 2000.
91. When the subject was first mooted, it was treated with something approaching humour by those who were giving evidence.
92. I do not know where this idea which has been mooted has come from.
93. I have felt the scourge of the family lobby when any question of an extension to children's clothes has been mooted.
94. The idea that pedestrians have got to wear white clothes—that suggestion has been mooted—and all that sort of thing is not quite good enough.
95. No other suggestion of a changed structure of the kinds that have been mooted in the newspapers will do anything to restore morale.
96. As such, it has been mooted for many years.
97. Cuts were mooted for the whole aerospace industry, of course.
98. All that is mooted at conference after conference.
99. I do not think that that has ever been mooted.
100. There are a good many solutions which, as in the past, have been canvassed and mooted.
101. The number of troops to be withdrawn is by no means equal to the number of divisions which have been mooted.
102. The attack on family poverty would actually make the working poor actually worse off if it went ahead and was operated as it is mooted.
103. Before the criminal justice review was mooted, did any evidence exist to show that there was such a demand?
104. The likely bid price today is only a fraction of what it was assumed to be when the idea was first mooted.
105. Such legislation has been mooted by all parties concerned.
106. Indeed, it has been mooted that it would be as well to cut losses and to close down.
107. The idea of a move was first mooted in 1947, but the principles on which it was based have changed.
108. A scheme was mooted some years ago for tagging salmon to ensure that only legitimately caught fish could be marketed in this country.
109. Since 1927 in this country only two packages have been mooted, and that is much less than in most of our competitor countries.
110. I am not convinced by that suggestion, but it is at least a danger which has been mooted.
111. I was present at a meeting of the all-party parliamentary group when the idea of such a league was first mooted.
112. I should like it to be in three figures, but £80 has been mooted.
113. In fact, its closure has been mooted in the recent past as another way of saving money.
114. I had certainly heard this being mooted in the past, but that is only one aspect of the issue.
115. There have been suggestions mooted many times in the shipbuilding industry that there should be a concentration of machinery building in one or two units.
116. Perhaps the most undesirable and damaging misconception which has arisen concerns the length of time which has allegedly elapsed since this project was first mooted.
117. When the proposal was mooted, it was fascinating.
118. I have always been violently opposed to the order, ever since it was first mooted.
119. The difficulty is at the very start, when the proposal is first mooted.
120. While that has been mooted, it would be going much too far, and would take things to absurd lengths.
121. Obviously there will be resentment if the number of attendances is few and payment is made at the level which has been mooted.
122. In the year 1883 it was first mooted.
123. Two other matters have been mooted which seem worthy of further investigation.
124. I pose this question in all sincerity because this view has been mooted generally of late by certain authoritative people.
125. The £25 advice scheme was first mooted, or the first rumblings were heard, in 1966, although it was 1967 when it was widely talked about.
126. The plea for a national incomes commission was first mooted 10 years ago.
127. The idea first mooted was that the directors of education should have this included in their departments, but they have enough to do.
128. Then it is said that this can be dealt with by a family allowance arrangement of some sort—this has been mooted for a long time.
129. We have been waiting for the bypass since 1939, when the idea was mooted.
130. Are they to be paid via the working families' tax credit, as is mooted, certainly for housing benefit?
131. I believe that to ban flags of convenience has been mooted in certain circles.
132. My farmers are very worried about the number that is being mooted, be it 20,000, 45,000, 150,000 or more.
133. We note that when originally mooted it was going to be nearly 27p a litre.
134. We have been saying that ever since the scheme was first mooted.
135. If they believe in a unicameral system, which is being mooted, they should bring forward legislation to that end.
136. In the past few years there has been mooted an alternative phrase—that which is offensive to a reasonable person.
137. Surely it is realised that changes of the type originally mooted would be impractical anyway.
138. One suggestion mooted was that a distinction should be drawn between metal and non-metal goods.
139. Ten years have elapsed since the matter was first mooted.
140. Several suggestions which will affect the availability of alcohol are being mooted at this time.
141. Therefore, the matter was mooted, and a promise was given before the decision about direct election was made.
142. I said that a scheme had been mooted, and such a scheme has been mooted, and if it is absurd, so much the better.
143. His explanation that the procedures take time is inadequate in view of the many years that have passed since the matter was first mooted.
144. On-the-spot fines are often mooted as a simple and effective way of enforcing litter legislation.
145. There has been mooted a scheme for the reorganisation of the iron and steel industry.
146. I believe it is something which has been mooted.
147. In the past it has been mooted at £500,000.
148. Work was put in hand in the mistaken belief that approvals had been obtained when the proposal was mooted earlier.
149. There is the twin fear about the monthly payment, which has been much mooted as a replacement for the weekly payment.
150. Is it not a long time ago that this idea was mooted and was very favourably considered on all sides?
151. Therefore, the idea has been mooted for a long time that there should be a system of parole under supervision and with power to recall.
152. There will no doubt be many difficulties to be overcome, as there always are when a new idea is mooted.
153. The School of Law and Justice, Adamas University, Barasat, has recently organized its first online moot Court Competition in association with Sinha and Company. It is the first of its ...
154. The Afghan capital on Friday started the Loya Jirga council to discuss the fate of 400 Taliban prisoners and the future of peace talks. Addressing the moot, President Ashraf Ghani said the elders from ...
155. Or they may become moot if Congress reaches a deal. By Ron Lieber and Stacy Cowley President Trump, in announcing his executive measures on Saturday, said he was bypassing Congress to deliver ...
156. Rather, the APA calls for a reasoned opinion. In this second appeal, the Federal Circuit has effectively affirmed the PTAB determination — finding that the appeal is moot because Royal Crown has ...
157. moot sentence examples. moot "It's all a moot point now," Martha said. 41. 26. It is a moot question whether changes of the latter kind actually occur. 34. 18. He arranged with the king to moot a series of financial projects the acceptance of which by His Majesty would have implied a long tenure of office for the Conservatives, and so Alphonso
158. Definition of moot. having no real point. Examples of moot in a sentence. Since the judge has decided the child will live with her mother, the custody argument between the parents is moot. 🔊 Federal legislation will override the states’ concerns and make them moot. 🔊 Bill’s case was considered moot and quickly dismissed by the local
159. 69+1 sentence examples: 1. It's a moot point whether men or women are better drivers. 2. He argued that the issue had become moot since the board had changed its policy. 3. The fear that airstrikes could endanger troops is moot now that the army is w
160. Moot-point sentence examples "It's all a moot point now," Martha said. 0. 0. It is a moot point whether S. 0. 0. The origin of these cells is a moot point. 0. 0.
161. Examples of moot in a sentence, how to use it. 100 examples: When the notion of the conference was first mooted, the demand for central bank…
162. Sentence Examples Little did Thomas know that all his scheming would be moot in just a few hours. It was months later when the Court produced its reasoning, and given the defendants had already been executed, it seemed a moot point.
163. Translations of the word moot from german to english and examples of the use of "MOOT" in a sentence with their translations: tausche meine springsteen gegen deine moot the hoople.
164. Examples of how to use “moot court” in a sentence from the Cambridge Dictionary Labs
165. moot definition is - open to question : debatable. How to use moot in a sentence. Did You Know?
166. moot definition: The definition of moot is a subject that is not worthy of discussion because it has been resolved. (adjective) An example of moot is whether or not to allow prayer in public school.
167. 1. How to use moot in a sentence. Example sentences with the word moot.moot example sentences.moot Sentence Examples (c. 930), which appointed a central moot for the whole island, the Althing, and a speaker to speak a single " law " (principally that followed by the Gula-moot in Norway); the Reforms of Thord Gellir : 2. Definition of moot. having no real point.
168. moot definition: If a plan , idea , or subject is mooted , it is suggested or introduced for discussion. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
169. Translations of the phrase IS moot from english to italian and examples of the use of "IS MOOT" in a sentence with their translations: His past is moot . Italian Danish German Latin Spanish French Finnish Swedish Norwegian Russian Czech Indonesian Croatian
170. 1. "It's all a moot point now," Martha said.: 2. It is a moot question whether changes of the latter kind actually occur.: 3. He arranged with the king to moot a series of financial projects the acceptance of which by His Majesty would have implied a long tenure of office for the Conservatives, and so Alphonso XII.: 4. The origin of these cells is a moot point.: 5.
171. moot point definition: a question about which there is debate or doubt | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
172. 69+1 sentence examples: 1. This is a moot point which requires further study before it can be resolved. 2. The oil versus nuclear equation is largely moot. 3. He organized the weekly moot. 4. That is a moot question. 5. I was away in Jinan, the capit
173. The legal action is a moot point, an exercise in futility. The Falcons won their following game, making it a moot point. It's difficult to see moot point in a sentence . Whether workers saw themselves in his paintings is a moot point. How and why he became a superhero is a moot point.:This may be a moot point now since the person stopped.
174. These examples are illustrative only, and should not be regarded as prescriptive. Teams should ensure that they read carefully the current moot rules and problem, both of which contain instructions for the preparation of submissions – some of these rules have changed since these submissions were prepared in 2011.
175. Example moot Problem. From Learnmore. Jump to: navigation, search. Crown Office Chambers Final Problem 23 March 2010. In the Supreme Court. Foster v Shelbourne County Council. Ms Foster worked as a teacher for Shelbourne County Council. She is a perfectionist. This made her particularly vulnerable to stress at work.
176. How to use “moot” in a sentence? These are just examples. The single word “moot”, by itself, isn’t enough to make communication clear. You need to learn sentences, MANY sentences! Also a common weakness in writing and using the word “moot” is the lack of varied sentences. Becoming aware of three general types of sentences can
177. moot definition, open to discussion or debate; debatable; doubtful: Whether that was the cause of their troubles is a moot point. See more.
178. Synonyms for moot at T with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Find descriptive alternatives for moot.
179. The earliest origins of moot were in the noun form, despite that being the least common usage today. Initially formed from a Proto-Germanic term, the word entered Old English in the twelfth century in the form of gemot, which referred to a council of community members who came together to discuss issues and make judicial decisions.Eventually, mōt developed as a general word to describe a
180. Examples of moot in a sentence, how to use it. 100 examples: When the notion of the conference was first mooted, the demand for central bank… 6. Examples of mooted in a sentence: 1. The question had been mooted again. 2. The mooted question was, where? 3. At the conclusion of the service, the question was mooted how he came there. 7.
181. moot Court Examples Sample Case Brief. Katz v. United States. Statement of Facts: Petitioner Katz was convicted of transmitting wagering information over the phone, in violation of a federal statute. The evidence used to convict the petitioner included taped conversations that had the petitioner’s end of the conversation.
182. Intramural, moot court competition is the gateway that allows students to join the law school’s moot Court Board as a candidate or member and then to be selected to join an outside, or intermural, moot court team. moot court competitions, whether intramural or intermural, are not easy; nor are they intended to be.
183. Moot: 1. Irrelevant. "I know for a fact that I will need to work late on Thursday, so any further discussion of a social gathering that night would be a moot conversation."
184. High quality example sentences with “a moot issue” in context from reliable sources - Ludwig is the linguistic search engine that helps you to write better in English
185. High quality example sentences with “this remains moot” in context from reliable sources - Ludwig is the linguistic search engine that helps you to write better in English Try the examples. Find your sentence in the best contexts several options are on the table. Translate
186. A "moot point" is when something could be considered irrelevant. "Academic" is a term used to describe a topic that is usually only discussed or studied simply to know about it, or exists as a
187. English words and Examples of Usage use "moot" in a sentence There are many facilities in Steeple Bumpstead for residents including a local village mace Store, a Post Office, a Petrol station, an Antiques Shop, and a library in the aforementioned moot Hall. It was supposed to be launched from Serbian territory, but - due to the fast
188. moot court definition is - a mock court in which law students argue hypothetical cases for practice. Examples of moot court in a Sentence. Recent Examples on the Web Dry runs known as moot courts are by phone rather than in faux courtrooms. — Richard Wolf,
189. How to use this word in a sentence? 1. When the nurse truly connects with the other, liking the other becomes a moot issue. 2. Whether the temperature rise was mainly due to the greenhouse effect was a moot point. 3. The question of a tonsillectomy had been a moot one for years. 4. The whole matter is becoming increasingly moot. 5.
190. Translations in context of "moot with the commutation" in English-Russian from Reverso Context: It considers, however, that this particular claim has become moot with the commutation of the author's death sentence.
191. Sentence with the word moot. The Clintons would rather prefer to spend their time for the more noble cause of working with the Bush family to reduce AIDS and poverty around the globe than spend countless hours in moot litigation launched by members of the GOP behind the scenes.. The bigger issue is that the specific skills emphasized in moot court are weighted wrongly, namely, the “sounds
192. Translations in context of "moot" in English-Russian from Reverso Context: moot court, moot point Examples are used only to help you translate the word or expression searched in various contexts. They are not selected or validated by us and can contain inappropriate terms or ideas. Please report examples to be edited or not to be displayed.
193. This video examines #moot as an #adjective. Here, 9 adjectives, which have meanings similar to that of moot in standard English, are introduced through sentence examples. These #synonyms help you
194. moot - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums. All Free.
195. Meaning of moot in a sentence. Learn the meaning of moot and then read the word in sentence examples. Follow: Blog. The meaning of Cosmopolitan, Iniquitous, Enigma, Lout, and Rile in Sentences. 22 Oct, 2018. Begging, Quote, Disconsolate, and Impetus in Sentences. 14 Sep, 2018.
196. Moot: 1 adj of no legal significance (as having been previously decided) Synonyms: irrelevant having no bearing on or connection with the subject at issue adj open to argument or debate “that is a moot question” Synonyms: arguable , debatable , disputable controversial marked by or capable of arousing controversy v bring up a topic for
197. moot meaning and example sentences with moot. Top definition is 'A meeting for discussion and deliberation; especially, a meeting of the people of a village or district, in Anglo-Saxon times, for the discussion and settlement of matters of common interest; -- usually in composition; as, folk-moot.'.
198. "A moot point was classically seen as one that is arguable. A moot case was a hypothetical case proposed for discussion in a 'moot' of law students (i.e., the word was once a noun).In U.S. law schools, students practice arguing hypothetical cases before appellate courts in moot court. "From that sense of moot derived the extended sense 'of no practical importance; hypothetical; academic.'
199. Participation in the Philip C. Jessup International Law moot Court Competition involves both writing a memorial and oral advocacy. Many teams lost points and failed to advance when their memorials did not comply with the writing requirements of the competition, lacked professionalism,
200. How to use moot in a sentence. The moot list of example sentences with moot.
201. moot adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (academic, of no practical significance) ( débat ) stérile adj adjectif : modifie un nom. Il est généralement placé après le nom et s'accorde avec le nom ( ex : un ballon bleu, un e balle bleu e ).
202. Moot-point definition: Noun (plural moot points) 1. An issue that is subject to, or open for discussion or debate, to which no satisfactory answer is found; originally, one to be definitively determined by an assembly of the people. 2. An issue regarded

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