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doubt

Philosophy the methodical device, esp in the philosophy of Descartes, of identifying certain knowledge as the residue after rejecting any proposition which might, however improbably, be false
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And, it has proved beyond doubt, that in Gujarat, there was no democratic norms and practice.
With time running out, substitute Ryan Ferrier put the result beyond doubt on 87 minutes when he latched on to a through ball and calmly rounded the goalkeeper to finish in an empty net.
Blair responded by saying: "What I said in the foreword was that I believed it was beyond doubt.
Dale gave themselves a lifeline 15 minutes from time when Adam Le Fondre rose highest to head home, although Rotherham should have put the result beyond doubt soon after, but Reid hit his penalty against the bar after Nathan Stanton hauled down Taylor.
The 43-10 chance, making his first start in Group company after five handicap wins, was sent to the front a furlong from home by Eugen Frank, and soon put the issue beyond doubt.
The building itself, on the edge of the Jewellery Quarter, proves beyond doubt that it is possible to develop new uses in a sensitive conservation area.
But the game was put beyond doubt with two further goals in the final 15 minutes from Dennis Dowidat and German skipper Toni Kroos.
A stunning volley from Ross Morrison 12 minutes from time put the game beyond doubt before he notched another to complete the blitz.
The prosecutor in the JonBenet Ramsey case hounded John and Patsy Ramsey for years and neglected to look beyond doubt that they were guilty.
Beyond doubt, the product launch of EZ-Steer has been an outstanding success.
What is beyond doubt is that he retains a passion for observation, not just for representing dubiously passionate relationships.
As agency employees we do not identify with, support or champion opposition to the administration or its policies," decreed the Goss memo, which described its purpose as "clarify[ing] beyond doubt the rules of the road.