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It's a website devoted to environmental issues.
Abortion is always a controversial issue.
Public education was one of the biggest issues in the election campaign.
The subject of cloning raises complex ethical issues.
The article appeared in the November issue.
These tips appeared in recent issues of The Practical Gardener.
a stock rights issue
the issue of visitors' permits
What is at issue is the government's unwillingness to deal with the problem.
I must take issue with you on the question of teachers' pay.
This is the American English definition of issue. View British English definition of issue.
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