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against which no argument can be made

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Despite an inarguable surfeit of tabletop fixtures, an antique black-and-white lamp recently whistled a catcall as I strolled past and I married it on the spot.
An already unstoppable, inarguable musical phenom, Morgan Riley is poised to become a voice that you won't believe you ever lived without.
When it comes to Fed orthodoxy, the combination of full employment and above-trend inflation leads to an inarguable conclusion: raise interest rates until the economy cools off.
Now that Hezbollah and its allies have won a massive electoral victory, putting Iran and its terror proxy in total, formal, and inarguable control of the Lebanese state, anyone wondering how the United States ought to proceed should take the time to revisit some of Badran's pieces for Tablet.
The importance of recognition to employees is inarguable, but here is the problem, while recognition is a universal aspect, this is not a universal practice.
'This is the success of the prevention of colour revolution, and it is inarguable and it is the truth,' he said, noting tourists don't visit warzones.
That inarguable talent underlines why it was so heartening to read his words spoken to Boxing News' Chris Walker this week.
"It is therefore inarguable that, for this proposal to go ahead, it must be built to the highest environmental standards and with minimal impacts to north Anglesey coast and its iconic wildlife." The trust said studies were needed to understand the impacts of a new harbour and harbour wall on Anglesey's marine environment and coastal processes.
While there's an inarguable depression in journalism writ large, with veteran reporters and editors forced into unemployment, retirement, and redundancy as surely as coal miners or steel workers, the crisis is acute for arts journalism and especially critics, the least beloved yet in many ways the most necessary of all culture writers.
The moral case for the Living Wage is inarguable. But there are business benefits, too.
His point, seemingly inarguable given the clarity of Rochau's writing, is that the term quickly lost its essential benignity and was co-opted by German intellectuals advocating something very different from Rochau's cold-eyed analysis of the facts on the ground.
It is inarguable that this will never happen, as they don't really care about the human rights of the Bahraini people.
Whatever the eventual success of the merger, one immediate effect Ben Ammar foresees is inarguable: Fiercer competition for content, he says, "will make directors, writers, producers and agents very happy."
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.