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incapable of being contested or disputed

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But while 32 percent lower than last year's figures, 630 firecracker-related injuries are incontestably still too many and deeply tragic as most of those wounded, burned or maimed are young children.
Yet within months of the dictator's assassination in 44 BC Augustus was a serious contender to succeed him, and by defeating Antony and Cleopatra at Actium in 31 BC he became incontestably the most powerful man in the Roman world; his elevated status was confirmed by the title of "Augustus" in AD 27, where historians conventionally place the birth of the empire.
com/world/2016/jun/13/french-policeman-stabbed-death-paris) incontestably a terrorist act " and said France found itself facing a terror threat "of a very large scale.
He is a canonical anarchist thinker and an incontestably first-rate intellectual.
The leap from these propositions to the notion that a vegan diet is incontestably what every person should adopt and that human beings must logically see themselves as caretakers of animals in the wild and, presumably, abjure any effort to domesticate them or use them for human ends, is false.
The report shows a gloomy picture of a incontestably declining sector with its reposes based 200,000 answers taken from interviews with around 13,000 individuals over the course of the past 10 years.
The ratio of economic strength is incontestably in favour of the Europeans.
Clemente has shown us that, with the best will in the world, certain individuals, no matter how hard they try, can only produce works that are, at best, sickeningly bad and, at worst, incontestably evil.
These may be incontestably heroic, but hardly productive in a scientific sense.
is incontestably a form of exclusive private property'); in Engels's metaphor, household dynamics replicate industrial production ('within the family he is the bourgeois, and the wife represents the proletariat').
Galicia is the only region where spoken Ukrainian incontestably dominates in the cities.
Since gaining independence in 1947, this is India's 16th general election and, incontestably, the most divisive and fractious one it has ever lumbered towards.
The turnout at over 58 percent was incontestably quite impressive.
While the movements between realms that Carrassi has identified are incontestably central to the structure and import of this tale, and of many Irish fairy tales, I would be remiss if I did not note the similarity between Carrassi's emphasis on movement and of Ruth Bottigheimer's focus on movement, particularly of ascension from a lower social station to a higher one in her rise and restoration formulations presented in her controversial book Fairy Tales: A New History (2009).
But there is something deeply and incontestably perverse about a law that so distorts and undermines the free activity of individuals that they can no longer buy and sell the goods and services that keep them alive.