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irrefutable

The opposite of refutable.
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Allowing the ruling regime in Syria to kill and burn its people by the chemical weapons, while the world stands idly, without applying deterrent sanctions against Damascus regime, is also irrefutable evidence and proof of the inability of the Security Council to carry out its duties and responsibilities.
In implementing NetAuthority's solution, ShareVault, as a leader in secure document sharing and collaboration, will now be able to offer irrefutable device identification and authentication to protect its enterprise customers from today's rapidly-changing threat environment.
The Real Lincoln contains irrefutable evidence that a more appropriate title for Abraham Lincoln is not the Great Emancipator, but the Great Centralizer.
Irrefutable evidence of WMD has never been forthcoming from either Bush and Blair.
To a layperson unimpressed with the omniscient majesty of the law, Harmon's refusal to be confused by irrefutable facts--thereby allowing innocent convicts to rot in prison or even to be executed--appears to be not merely cruel and harsh but dementedly stupid.
WHEN it comes to mothers there are certain things which are irrefutable.
Enrique Rueda, in his 1982 The Homosexual Network: Private Lives and Public Policy, told us what was happening and what it would lead to, but "the evidence is now irrefutable that an influential and very powerful coterie within the Catholic Church -- well-embedded and well-protected by the Roman Catholic hierarchy and their peers in the police, the courts, the legislatures, and the media -- is successfully advancing a sexual liberation agenda that will not end until every social stigma attached to any sexual activity, no matter how bizarre, has been erased.
The new data "provide irrefutable evidence that vitamin D deficiency is a major unrecognized epidemic in adult women of childbearing age," argues Michael F.
Included in the kit is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide on how to get started, along with the "Music & The Mind" video, presenting an irrefutable case for the benefits of music education to brain development.
Yet health chiefs simultaneously warn us of the irrefutable evidence about tobacco's dangers.
While one might challenge Burnham's indictment of these institutions and people for the loss of tribal lands, his statement that the "national parks system was a major beneficiary of this loss" is irrefutable.
First, the Internal Revenue Code appears to be irrefutable evidence that Congress isn't deterred by arguments that something is too complicated for people to understand.