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moot

(mŏŏt),
adj 1. subject to argument, undecided.
adj 2. in law, in a moot case one seeks to determine that an abstract question does not arise on existing facts or rights.
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Gumla, April 1 (ANI): A project mooted by the central government of India in Jharkhand has been training young girls in learning productive vocation and thus enable them to be self-reliant.
MCC chief executive Keith Bradshaw has just returned from India, where he visited IPL franchises and held talks with the competition's commissioner, Lalit Modi, about the possibility of bringing the mooted Twenty20 Champions League to Lord's.
The Institute mooted Michael Newdow, an atheist who challenged the constitutionality of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance's "under God" line in public schools, before he argued his own case at the Court in a recent term.