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- n. The quality of being undeniable.
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In the opening remarks of the trial, the ICC's Chief Prosecutor Luis Moreno Ocampo cited and screened three pieces of video evidence against Mr. Lubanga to make clear the gravity and the undeniability of the charges against him.
With his documentary film, An Inconvenient Truth, [Al] Gore made the undeniability of the [climate] crisis a matter of consensus; thanks largely to him, an environmental issue will be an electoral issue.
Sure, I'd be shocked and terrified at the undeniability of the possibility of my own demise.
Many of here, myself included, debunk your simplistic world by simply not being atheists, despite being fully cognizant of the fact and undeniability of evolution and common descent.
The undeniability of human biodiversity does not prove that we also differ somewhat mentally, but it's hard to imagine why the brain would differ radically from the rest of the body.
A facet of the times perhaps, or it's relative undeniability in his case, as he hated the effects of his cocaine use, while still clinging to the far slower destructive direction of his alcohol consumption.
As for another winner of the evening: "It is worse than painful to reflect on how much better off the United States and the world would be today if the outcome of the 2000 election had been permitted to correspond with the wishes of the electorate," writes Gore made the undeniability of the [climate] crisis a matter of consensus; thanks largely to him, an environmental issue will be an electoral issue.