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Here you have something that is so incontrovertible, it’s like, okay, this is it.The first magnetar flare detected from another galaxy was tracked to its home|Lisa Grossman|January 19, 2021|Science News
There was, however, one incontrovertible and highly significant difference between the two baby photo calls.
There was incontrovertible toxicological evidence that Henri Paul was both drunk and on medication.Tina Brown: No, Conspiracy Theorists, Princess Diana Was Not Murdered|Tina Brown|August 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The central fact (perhaps the only incontrovertible fact) of modern India was change.‘The Lives of the Novelists’ and ‘India Becoming’: Reviewed|Rob Verger, John McIntyre|April 18, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I ask if he believes that the evidence so far is incontrovertible that swimming slows down the aging process.Swimming to Health? Excerpt of Lynn Sherr’s ‘Swim: Why We Love the Water’|Lynn Sherr|April 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Yet, when Rove is confronted by the same incontrovertible data he proclaims, “…I never sought to influence.”
This, as far as Anne was concerned, was a proposition which for the past three years she had regarded as incontrovertible.The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol|William J. Locke
This she had the wit to detect, as well as the incontrovertible fact that her youth and her chances were gone.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
There are no incontrovertible doctrines pertaining to tariffs or financial operations, which are modified by circumstances.Beacon Lights of History, Volume XII|John Lord
Incontrovertible proof of this charge was found in special legislation chartering banks and other corporations.A History of Trade Unionism in the United States|Selig Perlman
The knowledge of this incontrovertible fact did not influence the demeanour of the shop-woman towards her.A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann