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not possible to deny

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Their undeniable preference for men as their source of nourishment is partly explained by the nature of the remains of the victims they had brought with them as provisions from Mars.
I dealt with the theory in Lecture VI; for the present I wish to reinforce the view that the facts are undeniable.
That the man was unusually good looking was undeniable, but she had known many good looking men, nor was she especially impressionable to mere superficial beauty.
Odd, isn't it, what a knack women have for taking care of sick folks?" and Charlie fell a-musing over this undeniable fact.
Marilla felt helplessly that all this should be sternly reproved, but she was hampered by the undeniable fact that some of the things Anne had said, especially about the minister's sermons and Mr.
She had the undeniable air of being a person of breeding.
An undeniable boy for a pupil-teacher; an undeniable boy to do credit to the master who should bring him on.
They were not so successful as I could have wished; for though the advantages of the school were undeniable, my aunt had not approved of any of the boarding-houses proposed for me.
This undeniable argument produced a sort of acquiescent umph!
as well as undeniable proof of their inferiority to the players of the post 2000 game.
After 50 years the value of integration is still being debated, but the importance of addressing racial inequality is undeniable in providing access to a good education for all children.
His writings and words indicate that he felt God's existence is an undeniable fact of life, like gravity or love.
Dollar for dollar, minute for minute, the value of this year's conference is undeniable. And your decision to attend ...
"There's a certain undeniable power that capitalism and even free markets have," says Lasn.
While the appeal of such new accounts would be undeniable, annuity industry sources said the impact on total variable-annuity sales--both nonqualified and qualified--might not be much.