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against which no argument can be made

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That the present Prime Minister has made it her quest to ensure that Britain continues to supply arms and more to the Saudi regime is likewise inarguable.
Chinese reformers and western missionaries alike were pointing to the subjugation of women as inarguable evidence of the need for social change.
Issues that are inarguable are human rights and freedoms, a liberal constitutional framework, accountability and representational ability," he said.
Whether critics think that the agreement goes too far, or that elements are insufficient, one inarguable point is that the accord is historic: this is the single most unified and legally binding global agreement on climate the world has ever seen.
But what is inarguable is that he has built on the foundation laid by his predecessors and in doing so has advanced the ball in a way that will make it difficult for those that follow to reverse the course the US is on.
For me as a Catholic, it certainly fuels my anticipation for the upcoming Synod of Bishops on the family But widening the aperture, it also makes me reflect on the inarguable truth that none of us is exempted from the contradictions wrought by our human finitude and imperfection.
While the exact reason(s) for the recent storms in the region was a subject of debate, the sheer power of the storms was inarguable.
When smart objects can be the difference between life and death, their necessity will be inarguable.
The biggest takeaway is that the absolute, inarguable, clear #1 for no-coding interactive experience creation - IntuiFace - can now be used to build touch-first content for the Samsung SMART Signage Platform.
It is nearly inarguable that a respectful, collaborative relationship between credit and sales yields solid results.
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?
She gives quantitative facts and qualitative experiences equal weight, and her sharp writing ability asserts the inarguable credibility and significance of both.
While the capture of De Jong, the third signing of the transfer window after Ayoze Perez and Jack Colback, is good news for the supporters, the need for at least one more striker is inarguable given Papiss Cisse's form and tness - coupled with the fact Loic Remy and Shola Ameobi have left.
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?