The fact that gender roles have been challenged, even if in a hidden way, for so much longer than even a life-long ally knew, is inarguable
once one looks at folklore through the lens of this volume.
That Hindi films indulge in mindless female objectification is inarguable
, but does that mean that actresses then lose ownership of their own bodies?
That Palace deserved their point is inarguable
, even if their third goal came deep into the seven added minutes.
You regularly conclude that His ultimate genius is the inarguable
seething miracle of creation--He is the greatest Author ever, even better than Flannery O'Connor, whom He, of course, invented--and you admire the fact that only once has He directly claimed authorship of everything that is, when He lost His temper 3,000 years ago and roared WAST THOU THERE WHEN I LAID THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EARTH?
In addition, it is inarguable
that Liverpool City Council wasn't anywhere near as well regarded when he became Chief Executive as it was when he left.
A long pause, then the most complete and inarguable
Role-based access controls: Role-based access controls are one of the other inarguable
security principles that may fall as a low priority for healthcare organizations.
The importance of the red squirrel to our ecology and natural heritage is inarguable
Carey discussion, it's inarguable
that both have had impressive seasons.
Their utility in inoperable patients is inarguable
, but their cost-effectiveness in high-risk groups has been the subject of some discussion.
Indeed, if the Team of the Millenium was to be revisited today the Ventry man would have almost inarguable
claims for inclusion.
What is inarguable
is the fact that Robert Penn Warren after Audubon will be both useful and interesting to Warren scholars and advanced graduate students.
Organic design as an idea, a reason, a concept is almost inarguable
It was inarguable
that Thatcher's victory over Scargill and the National Union of Mineworkers was her most resounding domestic triumph.
Paul Flynn, chairman of the British Medical Association's consultants committee, said it was inarguable
that acute care should be provided 24 hours a day, but there was "little to justify" the same approach for elective care.