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  • adj. Not denied


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  • Kenney also addressed the "undenied" reports that the Supreme Court Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, the chair of the council which decides who receives the award, railroaded the award to Morgentaler, dispensing with the need for consensus on the committee and permitting a rare recorded vote.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The principle of basing all government on the consent of the governed is undenied and undeniable.


  • Other parts in the story are widely exposed and undenied, e.g. visit of US, Indian and European ambassadors to the same sensitive spot.

    Tsering Tsomo Challenges GroundReport on Dalai Lama Envoy

  • "I am concerned by the undenied reports that the council departed from its usual consensus rule in this instance," said Kenney.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • We've had undenied love from the whole family in supporting him through his addiction.

    CNN Transcript Sep 25, 2007

  • Amidst undenied charges that the Pentagon is paying Iraqi journalists to write "good news" stories about the country's progress, Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice has announced a new international exchange program for journalists named for famed broadcaster Edward R. Murrow and emphasizing "the democratic principles that guided Mr. Murrow's practice of his craft: integrity and ethics and courage and social responsibility".


  • Under all your serenity, your peace, and your decorum, you are an undenied sensualist.


  • On the other hand, they do in the nationalistic march of today, above everything else, condemn anything which denies to them equality, denies to them the opportunity and privilege in equality to stand on their own feet, undenied with that opportunity by color or any other consideration.

    The British Commonwealth Today

  • There is a long and unsavory history of Western imperialism, suppression, and exploitation to be overcome, despite the undenied benefits which the West also brought to them.

    Ralph J. Bunche - Nobel Lecture

  • The first is within the reach of those generally, who take an interest in the success of our undertaking; the last stands undenied and undeniable, among men of the least pretensions to virtue and candor.

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 6, 1921


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