Much of A Matter of Opinion
revolves around the process of extracting The Nation from the clutches of one-time owner Arthur Carter and then finding, with the help of Ham Fish and others, including E.
How much of this claim is part and parcel of AMD's long-standing strategy of not competing in the race-for-megahertz game with Intel remains a matter of opinion
It is a matter of opinion
, but I think three important factors are involved.
Many are sardonic about men ("It's a matter of opinion
," replied actress Hermione Gingold when asked whether her husband was still living), but The Beacon Book pursues no feminist agenda other than to rescue women's words from silence.
It is not a matter of opinion
, but of fact and logical interpretation.
Today, judging what's good or bad is a matter of opinion
Science itself is a matter of opinion
-- decided on the basis of personal or political beliefs, they insist.
Although the choice of a particular tax haven is frequently a matter of opinion
, I am not enamored of the high costs associated with a Bahamian incorporation, or with their out-of-date company trust laws.
Mary Jann, Gorran Haven, Cornwall This is a matter of opinion
but Fernand Point (one of my biggest culinary influences) seasons afterwards.
It's a matter of opinion
as to which are better, but offer two snaps-hots of the same thing.
It was a matter of opinion
and you have to have a try at these things," said Toby.
I just told him that was a matter of opinion
with the kind of attitude he's got.
Describing the action as "silly", the ex-centre half said: "What is value for money is always a matter of opinion
We're fairly comfortable with our choices but they are only a matter of opinion
But just how many of your kind travel the roads of the Santa Clarita Valley is a matter of opinion