“I maintain that the demand for rarities, while not readily apparent or provable, is very strong, and that reports of minimal supply in 2010 have been overstated.”
“(Trust your wife) $1500 per month in provable income will very likely be enough for both of you with a 50% reduction in the amount of required income for her.”
“All of these involve experimental verification, and can be properly called provable fact.”
“To the extent that anything is "provable" in economics, there is good evidence against a significant stimulus role for tax cuts.”
“Even more sure than something "provable" as gravity.”
“As I'm currently working on "provable" cryptography and this has quite some relation to it, I'll try to explain it a bit in simple words and will give some outlook what this may mean for the security of your bank accounts and encrypted emails in the future.”
“However, the relation of any of these absolute propositions to reality is not itself "provable" from these abstractions.”
“It’s been written about in several classic Irish folktales, and, while you don’t have to only use what’s "provable" via earlier legends, when you do there's a kind of "Oh, yeah!”
“Regarding the Kennedy assassination, they note that Oswald was the accused killer, and that "Kennedy's death gave rise to a host of conspiracy theories, none of which seems provable.”
“It was that there was not enough demand for flights, based on existing and provable markets, to justify the large and risky investment.”
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