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Synonyms for provably

in an obvious and provable manner

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In an apology to those individuals, Egan's attorney acknowledged the claims that had been filed were 'untrue and provably false.
11] presented a provably secure authentication by using elliptic curve cryptosystem (ECC)to achieve the goal of low computational overhead, but their scheme is vulnerable to suffer offline password guessing attack [12,13].
The 37% rule "is not merely an intuitively satisfying compromise between looking and leaping" but, rather, "the provably optimal solution" (p.
Obviously, from the outcome of this team, the future looks very bright with the very bright group and significantly high accomplishments this year, but at the same time, if we don't come in next year thinking what our weaknesses are and what we have to improve, then we'll provably go backwards,' he said.
Every famous sports figure reported on, living or dead, provably has been or is.
But it's so provably true that it's simply no longer expected of us.
They construct a highly efficient and provably secure PDP technique based entirely on symmetric key cryptography, while not requiring any bulk encryption.
Redgrave said that the International Olympic Committee should have banned the Russian Olympic Committee following Richard McLaren's investigation into state-directed doping, while allowing provably clean Russians to compete as neutral athletes.
These opinions, confidently proffered by individuals with the shallowest understanding of educational issues, are obviously, provably, absurd but they are also worryingly widespread.
This boils down to: Whether the person is expressing a subjective opinion or claiming to present objective facts; whether the person was using exaggerated and figurative language that made it clear he or she was giving an opinion rather than presenting objective, factual information; and whether the negative reviewer is presenting statements that are provably false.
The negative part of this essay exploits empirical and provably nonparadoxical self-reference to prove conclusively that even immediate full grounding is not an internal relation in this sense.
But he told the Sunday People yesterday: "The claims are provably false.
Gustafson describes a form of computer arithmetic that can get more accurate provably bounded answers with fewer bits and less numerical expertise, thereby using less power and less money.
That is undeniably, scientifically, statistically provably true.
An Associated Press review of thousands of pages of grand jury documents reveals numerous examples of statements made during the shooting investigation that were inconsistent, fabricated or provably wrong.