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  • "______ Contradict (s) Rudy's ________ Claim" the possibilites are endless!

    Polls Contradict Rudy's Blue-State Claim

  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'BLS Jobs Numbers Contradict BLS Jobs Numbers - Jeff Nielson'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'It should therefore not be a big surprise to regular readers that the BLS\'s recent, state-by-state numbers have absolutely zero correlation with their aggregate reports.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: BLS Jobs Numbers Contradict BLS Jobs Numbers - Jeff Nielson

  • Crato would have the supper less than the dinner, which Cardan, Contradict. lib.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Contradict the calumnies which you have spread against me, and repair, if you can, and if you have a spark of honour left, the miseries which you have caused to the heart-broken

    The Memoires of Barry Lyndon

  • In 1633 when Galileo embraced Copernicus's idea of a sun-centered universe, the Catholic Church condemned his findings until in 1996 Pope John II cleared his name in a landmark statement entitled "Truth Cannot Contradict Truth," making room, more than 300 years later, for a newly ordered universe in the Catholic world.

    CNN Transcript - Special Event: Millennium 2000: Religion - January 2, 2000

  • "Contradict me not, goodman Nettles," interrupted the guardian of public morals.

    The Knight of the Golden Melice A Historical Romance

  • "Contradict me if I am wrong," he continued; "but my impression is that you were searching for the girl -- the girl -- Kâramanèh, I think she was called?"

    The Devil Doctor

  • "Contradict me if I am wrong," he continued; "but my impression is that you were searching for the girl -- the girl -- Karamaneh, I think she was called?"

    The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu

  • ‘READ not to Contradict and Confute, ’ says Bacon of Studies in general: and you may be the better disposed, Gentlemen, to forgive my choice of subject to-day if in my first sentence I rule that way of reading the Bible completely out of court.

    VIII. On Reading the Bible (I)

  • To be sure it is wise as well as Honest, neither to flatter other Men’s Sentiments, nor Dissemble and less Contradict our own.

    Part II. The World’s Able Man

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