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impossible to deny or disprove

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Deputy chief detective Matheus Salempang said Syarif s motives and any links with terror groups are still under investigation, but it had been "concluded and irrefutably proven" that he was the bomber.
So, my concern was shared at the highest level and I am sure the investigators must have come to the same conclusion: the lack of law enforcement is directly and irrefutably the cause of the hazardous road conditions we have to endure.
State finances are irrefutably in dire straits, even if things are already looking rosier for the dirty bankers who put us in the mire.
China is irrefutably one of the world's most powerful nations, boasting an immense population of 1.
Army is irrefutably the largest corporate organization in the world, yet its personnel management lexicon is stuck in time.
Boasting more villains than a dozen blockbusters, it points an incriminating finger at not only financial services execs who got filthy rich on working people's pain (and who remain in power) but also government officials and biz-school toppers irrefutably revealed to be in Wall Streeters' pockets.
In addition to the indelible ink, police are also using an advanced DNA forensic crime reduction system, which irrefutably links criminals to crime scenes and provides an unbreakable chain of evidence.
We called her Norma, we called her Grandma, we called her Nana, we called her Mom, but most of all, to all of us, unequivocally, irrefutably, and as simply as can be saida we called her Love.
At the height of his form, his expressive artworks make the body move, creating an inexplicable twitch, an irrepressible butterfly in the stomach moment, so special, so indelible, so irrefutably profound, in short an ultimately delectable experience.
While we might wonder whether or not it makes a difference, in the global scheme of things, to change one's household products, it irrefutably makes a difference in the bodies of the people who live there.
His mentor, Karl Barth, likewise affirmed in his Church Dogmatics that "deliberate abortion is irrefutably seen to be sin, murder and transgression.
We shall irrefutably prove that he worked with CNN; that he was a Mossad member; that he worked with SAVAK as a young man.
It should be clear by now to anyone who takes the time to read and study the information on the subject of human-produced global warming that it is not an irrefutably established scientific fact that we can ignore at our peril and which will doom life on earth unless radical actions are taken immediately.
The next critical step for Lane County - and Oregon - should be to find a way to similarly enhance local drug treatment and prevention services, which are irrefutably the most cost-effective way of combatting meth.
A Christian Heritage Week of Washington group lauded Gregoire and in a statement from its Web site said its goal was "to bring awareness to adults and students throughout Washington that our nation is irrefutably rooted in biblical principles.