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In a press conference, he again refuted the claim of political influence in the decision-making process.
Global Voices in English » Malaysia: No to English in Science & Mathematics 2009
The only thing that any of your posts have refuted is that you could be an intelligent person.
Your own reports have over and ober again refuted this claim.
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I see the vast intellect of the Democrat/Liberal/Progressive movement has once again refuted any argument from the Conservative/Republican side of the aisle.
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One of the reasons critics of ID are easiliy refuted is because they attempt to shut off all possible intelligent inferences with data that is applicable only to limited conditions.
Furthermore, another of Tsongkhapa's disciples, Kaydrubjey, has written that the explanation of voidness, the non-affirming nullification that refutes what is to be refuted, that is found in some of Gungru Gyeltsen-zangpo's writings, is not Tsongkhapa's manner of explanation, but is merely Gungru Gyeltsen-zangpo's own style of explication.
The Gelug-Kagyu Tradition of Mahamudra ��� Session Three 1997
Incidentally, I may remark, it is not a true suggestion even in the practical and materialistic sense; and the speaker's phrase refuted the speaker's argument.
By what logic does the state get to take a pass on all these disasters, but anarcho-capitalism is "refuted" from one example?
Calhoun's Defense of Poland's Unanimity Rule, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty 2009
It is less the case that a view is "refuted" since the situation can always change if new evidence comes to light and more that it either fails to persuade or is felt to have been sufficiently addressed as indequate by the mainstream of scholarship.
More Mythicist-Creationist Parallels James F. McGrath 2010
"Prof Theagarten Lingham-Soliar at the University of KwaZulu Natal, claims today to have 'refuted' a suggestion that primitive bristle-like structures that adorn the tail of Psittacosaurus are prototype feathers, as claimed by those seeking evidence to back the widely accepted idea of avian origins." ...
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