On the Weekend Favorite brunch spots are always a point of contention and subject to personal preference.
Granted, not all the good films in contention will ever make the final five.
The contention was that a sellout was taking place led by, of all people, Richard Nixon, who originally exposed Alger Hiss.
This is the last time you will ever see someone like Mitt Romney even in contention for the nomination.
A look at the list of the Madoff victims would seem to confirm his contention.
The contention that they were is more partisan than truly historical.
But, weary of contention and anxious to agree with Beaujeu whenever he could, he reluctantly gave his consent.
Let go quarrel and contention, nor embroil thyself in trouble and differences by being over-solicitous in thy own defence.
Here Mr. Collins is wrong; that contention also has been put forward.
If we look back to the period under consideration, we cannot but admit that there is much truth in the contention.