moot question


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moot question

A point, aspect, or topic that is no longer relevant or can no longer be questioned or debated. Whether or not he's the best person for the job is a moot question now that he's tenured. A: "Have you looked at Harvard's program?" B: "That's a bit of a moot question, don't you think? I've already accepted a place at NYU."
See also: moot, question
References in classic literature ?
This, we may say, is the one moot question that this new-found document clears up.
Thus, the first moot question is whether gains arising from sale of securities should be reported as business income or capital gains.
It's a moot question. Around the world, there are innumerable sites associated with death, decay and devastation that have lately emerged as tourist hotspots.
It cannot be a moot question that Nigeria's economy is road driven.
The moot question is: are our two countries prepared to take that crucial first step?
Why and what sort of plot can there be behind such acts of contaminating food chain surfaces as a moot question. A perception is coming up that hypes on successes like sufficiency in food production, 'economic miracle' and 'role model for development' may make alien vested quarters envious.
(II) Given the past 20 years' developments in sociopolitical arena in Afghanistan, the moot question would be whether the country retains its character as an 'Islamic Emirate' or 'Islamic Republic'?
In his concluding remark, Prime Minister Narendra Modi exclaimed that 130 crore Indians face a moot question today, which he said was, "How can those who betrayed Dr Lohia be expected to serve the nation?"
Who gains or who loses it is a moot question. But, many point out that, as the Indian general election is at our door steps, the political dispensation rushes in to fish in troubled waters even by administering Pakistan a black eye and, in the bargain, wearing a self-contrived halo.
Overall in the coming weeks, we expect markets to be firm and moot question is whether the bottom is in place, we don't know, that remains to be seen," Naeem Aslam, chief market analyst with Think Markets, told Gulf News.
The moot question is whether the party can ensure their presence in good numbers at the polling station on voting day.'
'I think that is a moot question. He has repeatedly said in public and also in private that beyond 2022, he'll be out of public office - meaning he does not want any re-election,' Puno said.
The moot question would be who among the leaders has enough support to be the Prime Minister.
The size of the media has grown but whether this has contributed to constructive awareness of the people is a moot question. In fact, if there is an air of despondency and gloom in the country, the media has a lot to do with this - especially the TV channels and social media and, to some extent, the lower-tier print media.
But whether it will continue to be served by the A380 a decade from now is a moot question. The plane is still lauded for its onboard facilities and the extravagant luxury of its premium sections, but the reality is that it is a 20-year-old design and will soon begin to look its age, however good the cabin refits.