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to prove or show to be false

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Despite the evidence provided by Ryanair and the I disproving these fuel and safety claims, Dispatches have failed to address or report this evidence, preferring instead to publish these false claims in an unfair, unbalanced and inaccurate programme.
LYN EVANS claimed yesterday that the LHC project was about a year away from proving or disproving the existence of a theoretical particle that could unlock the secrets of the universe.
So I don't want to start disproving things that may not even be there.
Bush work his backward magic personally disproving Darwin with a series of policies stripping workers and minorities and women and anyone who isn't an energy producer of their rights.
The question is whether there can be any writing about divine inspiration without either proving or disproving its existence, or at least its actual presence.
Such is the logic of teaching only argument, debate, picking sides, disproving the opposition--without an alternative, "another recourse.
a report by a microbiologist disproving the carbon dating of 1988-9.
Confirming or disproving an association between leptin and the disease will require further studies, Leyva says.
It began its analysis by stating that once the Service assesses the negligence penalty, the taxpayer has the burden of disproving negligence.
Jury records are a valuable tool for proving, or disproving, the primary residence claimed by a tenant.