incontrovertible


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impossible to deny or disprove

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necessarily or demonstrably true

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The good lady her mother now interposed, observing, in the first instance, that girls were girls, and byegones byegones, and that so long as young people were young and thoughtless, they would probably conduct themselves like young and thoughtless persons: with two or three other positions of a no less sound and incontrovertible character.
His case gives the appearance of being well nigh incontrovertible.
IF CLONAID, the group claiming t o have cloned a baby girl, stick to their word and provide incontrovertible DNA evidence t hat this is, indeed, t rue then by the beginning of next week we'll know for sure we are in a vastly different world as we bring in the New Year.
Ever notice how the kinds of guys who become white supremacists are precisely the kinds of guys who provide incontrovertible proof that the whole idea of white supremacy is utter lunacy?
Since there is almost incontrovertible evidence that one or several comets or meteorites crashed into Earth at the same geologic time as the wave hit Texas, the researchers say it is likely an extraterrestrial body created the tsunami deposits, either by landing in the water or by generating earthquakes or submarine landslides.
Scott McAfee, WMC president and chief executive officer, said upon reaching the $4 billion milestone: "Our sharp upward volume trend which has progressed now for three quarters, is incontrovertible proof that we're reaping the rewards from restructuring around our breakthrough technology and our revolutionary customer service model which has redefined the service standards mortgage brokers expect from their lenders.
He told the Inverness gathering: "Before any military offensive is launched there must be incontrovertible evidence to justify any action.
The motion said the UK should take part in military action against Iraq only as a last resort and if there was ``clear and incontrovertible evidence'' that Saddam Hussein was likely to use weapons of mass destruction.
There appears to be incontrovertible evidence that the auto-pilot and the engines were deliberately turned off by someone in the cockpit.
It is incontrovertible that such improvements in efficiency are within the grasp of any segment of the energy industry when operations, maintenance and repair information is organized in an intuitive, standardized manner and delivered via computer in real time to the people on the scene.
Professor Stephen Wigmore said: "The evidence has accumulated to a point where it's incontrovertible in our opinion.
Indeed, it is doubtful whether, in the absence of incontrovertible evidence of the Iraqi leader's imminent intentions to bring death and destruction to his neighbours or others, we would support the waging of war on the people of Iraq, merely to satisfy an American President's desire to depose Saddam Hussein.
However, evidence of an upswing in output is far from incontrovertible.
And in a statement, Mirror editor Piers Morgan said: "Mr Ingram has still not produced incontrovertible evidence that the pictures are faked.