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dis proohv

  • v  prove to be false
    The physicist disproved his colleagues' theories

  • She returned to France to disprove rumors that her unwillingness to train hard had been behind her flurry of disappointing performances.
  • Gates turned his company around in just one year to disprove the maxim that a leader of one revolution will be left behind by the next.
  • That figure seems high, but it is impossible to disprove.
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  • Lawrence Krauss in International Herald Tribune
    They make such a point of trying to make it appear scientific,said Lawrence Krauss, a physics professor, author and critic of the museum. "Instead of shying away from those things that clearly disprove what they're trying to say, they use...
  • Bipasha Basu in NDTV.com
    When you think of a Kashmiri girl in our movies, what comes to mind is a fair-skinned, light-eyed girl. But I want to disprove that myth. The pre-conceived notions have to be overcome,Bipasha, whose performance in Bachna Ae Haseeno got her...
  • Dhirubhai Ambani in Metro Canada - Calgary
    It proves that we can disprove the naysayers of the world, who had written off India's ability to produce its own oil and gas,Ambani said yesterday.

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