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  • a  capable of being denied or contradicted

  • But no matter what critics might say, it is scarcely deniable that the Church Apostolic, through the encyclicals and other papal pronouncements, has been fighting against .
  • According to SOG veterans, they had no rules of engagement: anything was permissible as long as it was deniable.
  • This is not questionable and not deniable.
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  • Comment on Hackers find weaknesses in car computer systems
    Single car accidents may soon become the preferred but plausibly deniable method of assassinating political dissidents, investigative reporters, and various other objectionables in the near future. But surely there are no agencies or organizations that would ever even think of this, much less consider actually doing it.
    Sept. 4, 2013 - Denver Post

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