But the companies' intention and the actual effect on the children are two different things—both of which continue to be debated.
Noah Kristula-Green recently debated Charles Kadlec about the problems with the gold standard and why we need a Federal Reserve.
Langsner pleaded not guilty to all charges, and the Phoenix jury members “ argued loudly” as they debated his guilt.
Ever since it was created in 1965, politicians and researchers have studied and debated its effectiveness.
As mayoral races go, the same concerns heard in town halls around the nation are also debated in Los Angeles City Hall.
But Joe and Sally looked down where the ships were being built while the problem of how to use them was debated.
This motion was debated pro and con for nearly half an hour.
The plan was first debated in the Franklin Society at Lexington in 1847.
Together we put it into the tonneau, the while I debated with myself what to do and what to say.
Hill discussed with opponents; Stephens debated with them; Toombs ignored them.
early 14c., "a quarrel, dispute, disagreement," from Old French debat; see debate (v.). Sense of "a formal dispute, a debating contest" is perhaps from early 15c.