Back in 2010, when the OECD called for big rate increases, it did an odd thing: it contradicted its own economic forecast.
This idea that the state only advances and never retreats is contradicted by the record of the past half-century.
Each of these assertions is contradicted by the facts contained in Khan's own pages.
But this statement is contradicted by the way CAI actually conducts its business.
There is also no other issue on which President Obama has contradicted Candidate Obama quite so blatantly.
That this reaction of aversion is genuine is not contradicted by the fact that we catch Erasmus himself in untruths.
She had heard nothing from her parents, nothing from Bruno, which contradicted it in the least.
This seems excellent reasoning; but it is much more often contradicted than confirmed by the facts.
But a writing proved to be the defendant's could not be contradicted.
Who so bold as to predict what, while he is yet speaking, may be contradicted?