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- adverb Incontrovertibly.
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Indeed, some of the events portrayed in the trailers I have seen are flatly and uncontrovertibly contradicted by the Report of the 9/11 Commission, on which the mini-series purports to be based.
The former lessons would be of a heart from which all arteries transport the necessary elements to keep up undiminished the vitality of this great cosmopolitan body, while the latter uncontrovertibly is only a part of the body, and unfortunately it is the stomach that consumes lavishly even to the core all that the whole body can produce.
That the National Government is a government of limited powers, the advocates of this view conceded; but the powers which it uncontrovertibly possesses, they urged, may be utilized to promote all good causes, of which fact, it was asserted, the Preamble of the
No, sir, because I was fat -- indubitably, uncontrovertibly and beyond the peradventure of a doubt, fat -- I kept on playing the fat man's game of mental solitaire.
Don’t you get it ... when the topic was Marc Garlasco, the burden of proof for Anderson and most of the left, though not for Cobban was on the critics to uncontrovertibly demonstrate that his Naziware and Opa-the-gunner affectations influenced his analytical judgement.
(what the prosecutor denies) to release Brodsky or to extradite him to israel instead of Germany (or to leave him free), and he has not been charged with terrorism or participating in a terrorist conspiracy despite the uncontrovertibly fact that he is being sought in connection to an incident of international state-sponsored terrorism.