Did you perchance mean incontrovertible?
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“The beauty of the line is that Republicans and Rush cant combat it without bringing up the incontravertible fact that Rush IS a drug addict.”
“But Bart Gellman's voluminously-researched volume, along with recent revelations by Obama's Department of Justice about the run-amok legal philosophy in the Bush White House, (www. truthout.org/030409A) has demonstrated the incontravertible truth that no longer can be ignored:”
“Boylan- you have as well- so it must be the incontravertible truth.”
“Whether it is the most deserving film is not for me to say at this point, but the fact that it is very much a film we need is incontravertible.”
“Their only Trans director, Donna Rose, resigned when presented with incontravertible evidence that she was being systematically frozen out of the decision-making.”
“But, I recall being told by someone who recalls the election, that Nixon came out a day or two before the Tuesday saying he had incontravertible proof that she was a commie?”
“It was his overwhelming array of facts in support of common descent that made it virtually incontravertible in the scientific community shortly after its publication though not completely so until the death of Aggassiz, but prior to the publication of “The Origin”, most scientists continued to accept special creation along with a very old Earth.”
“He's probably still working on the expose that gives incontravertible proof that the Pope is indeed a Catholic.”
“She measured the silence in heartbeats, and then he said, "I'm wondering how someone like you, with your educational background, reconciles your personal beliefs with what you know to be the incontravertible truth of hard science.”
“Nevertheless, the evidence is incontravertible that the participation in all of these philanthropic matters is limited to a small percentage of the community and a small percentage of the professional and business community.”
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