I beg to disagree

I beg to disagree

I politely disagree. I'm sorry, headmaster, but I beg to disagree. Students at this school should have more access to financial aid and scholarships, not less. He thinks that the evening was a disaster, but I beg to disagree—I saw plenty of guests enjoying themselves!
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'I beg to disagree with the CJ's comment,' Panelo told media.
This refers to your news report about the Education Ministry saying Bahrainis are a priority (GDN, February 25) and I beg to disagree. It's not only this ministry but every public organisation.
I beg to disagree. Our media, particularly the television channels, need to act in a responsible manner.
I BEG to disagree with Malc Graham over his idea of leaving it until later for children to make up their minds if they want religion in their lives or not.
I beg to disagree. May I remind the AM that while he may have an opinion on the matter, the decision as to whether Coun Berman is leader of the council is not one in which he has a vote.
I beg to disagree. The Tote Exacta dividend on November 29 at Lingfield Park provides evidence for my argument.
I BEG to disagree with Mr L Taylor of Everton ( Letters, June 9 ) regarding his praises of Radio Merseyside's Stars in their Ears 'talent-spotting show'.