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  • a  incapable of being contested or disputed
  • s  not open to question; obviously true

  • So, just by gathering the incontestable facts together and bringing them home soberly and rationally, An Inconvenient Truth does a great service, and we have to hope that somehow .
  • So, just by gathering the incontestable facts together and bringing them home soberly and rationally, An Inconvenient Truth does a great service, and we have to hope that somehow .
  • The newsman's right to evaluate events is incontestable, and it is not being contested this year.
News & Articles

  • Selfish Tweeting
    Amidst all of the stories of great wealth and good fortune being generated by Twitter’s IPO, most of which was unavailable to real tweeters, there is one incontestable Twitter fact in my life: twitter may be social media, but the real beneficiary of my tweeting is myself.
    Nov. 8, 2013 - Forbes
Quotes

  • Bill Clinton in HNN Huntingtonnews.net
    A few months before the invasion former President Bill Clinton told Larry King, "It is incontestable that on the day I left office, there were unaccounted for stocks of biological and chemical weapons. We might have destoyed them in 1998. We tried...
  • EJ Dionne in Washington Post (blog)
    EJ Dionne says, "The passage of health-care reform provided the first piece of incontestable evidence that Washington has changed. Congress is, indeed, capable of carrying through fundamental social reform. No longer will the United States be the...
  • Jan Egeland in Independent Online
    It is an incontestable fact that rape and sexual violence are rampant in the ongoing crisis in Darfur,Egeland said in a statement.

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