Douglas Schoen and Jessica Tarlov on how Romney and Obama should handle the topic.
Canceling the conference may actually underscore an obvious divide within the church itself on the topic.
She said that she had indeed brought the topic up and solicited their help.
As long as we're on the topic of misconceptions, can we retire the tired comparison of Romantic poets to '60s rock stars?
(In fact, four years ago, I wrote a book on the topic, Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of Energy Independence).
"It is," took up LeBeau, in haste to air his opinions on that topic.
In close connexion with the Survey and Lands Department is the topic of exploration.
Trumbull, however, asserts that it was he who suggested the topic to Pope.
No word on this topic has ever passed between Mr Henry Gowan and myself.'
His earliest biographer, Arthur Murphy, writing in 1762, is more explicit than usual on this topic.
1630s, "argument suitable for debate," singular form of "Topics" (1560s), the name of a work by Aristotle on logical and rhetorical generalities, from Latin Topica, from Greek Ta Topika, literally "matters concerning topoi," from topoi "commonplaces," neuter plural of topikos "commonplace, of a place," from topos "place" (see topos). The meaning "matter treated in speech or writing, subject, theme" is first recorded 1720.