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incapable of being contested or disputed

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The political aims which public information thus served, was the promotion of an incontestible nationalism, where the agents of media and communication (who form the public sphere) achieve unity and a substantive contribution to an emerging meta-narrative.
By the Common Law of England the Trial of Facts is intrusted to the Jury; and the Power to declare the Law upon them is committed to the King's Judges, these are distinct Provinces, and the Limits between them guarded by invariable usage, and the most incontestible authorities.
Only in the last 30 years has the World Bank become converted to the now "incontestible" orthodoxy of export-led development based on foreign investment as the key part of structural adjustment.
at 918-19 (Scalia, J.) (describing as an "essential postulate[]" the "incontestible [sic] [concept] that the Constitution established a system of 'dual sovereignty.' Although the states surrendered many of their powers to the new Federal Government, they retained 'a residuary and inviolable sovereignty[.]' This is reflected throughout the Constitution's text....") (citations omitted); Lewis v.
Although Luke does not use the term parousia in Acts, from the outset belief on the part of the primitive community in it is "incontestible." See Albrecht Oepke, "parousia, pareimi," TDNT 5 (1967), 867.
Constitution to the level of some incontestible "natural law' of judicial power which, needless to say, does not exist.
The Supreme Court has held that "It is incontestible that the Constitution established a system of `dual sovereignty,'" (112) in which the states "retain [] `a residuary and inviolable sovereignty.'" (113) Within this system, the federal government has the power in enumerated settings to regulate private behavior, but the federal government is without power to direct a state's exercise of sovereign functions.
Urban life, especially as it is lived by the mass of the poor struggling to eke out an existence, helps us to understand that the co-existence of cultures is an incontestible fact.
He was determined to "stand on a footing of incontestible knowledge." Shortly, he was able to wield power of leadership, based on book-learned knowledge.
This by now well-founded and incontestible general evolutionary and ecological perspective does not annihilate the questions of natural goodness and integrity posed by traditional philosophers and theologians.
Faced, in John Ross, with the incontestible depiction of "American" law, language, and culture, self-appropriation literally met itself coming and going.