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There was also a goodly jug of well-browned clay, fashioned into the form of an old gentleman, not by any means unlike the locksmith, atop of whose bald head was a fine white froth answering to his wig, indicative, beyond dispute, of sparkling home-brewed ale.
But when we recollect, in addition, how very cruel and severe it is, and that a solitary life is always liable to peculiar and distinct objections of a most deplorable nature, which have arisen here, and call to mind, moreover, that the choice is not between this system, and a bad or ill-considered one, but between it and another which has worked well, and is, in its whole design and practice, excellent; there is surely more than sufficient reason for abandoning a mode of punishment attended by so little hope or promise, and fraught, beyond dispute, with such a host of evils.
Next day the posters appeared in due course, and the public were informed, in all the colours of the rainbow, and in letters afflicted with every possible variation of spinal deformity, how that Mr Johnson would have the honour of making his last appearance that evening, and how that an early application for places was requested, in consequence of the extraordinary overflow attendant on his performances,--it being a remarkable fact in theatrical history, but one long since established beyond dispute, that it is a hopeless endeavour to attract people to a theatre unless they can be first brought to believe that they will never get into it.
The present case was one in point, and when I said that I could only write in a room facing north, on mutton chops and milk, with a cold ham in the wardrobe in case of nocturnal inspiration, to which I was liable, my literary character was established beyond dispute.
4 that "(The Temple Mount's) identity with the site of Solomon's Temple is beyond dispute.
Cllr Bennett said: "The school has, to say the least, a tarnished reputation and, with it once again having been rated inadequate, it is beyond dispute that the council's efforts have failed to bring about the necessary improvements.
Mr Gove said: "The need for robust action to protect one of the most treasured species is beyond dispute.
What's beyond dispute is the smooth, precise and agile manner in which the Golf performs on all types of road surface.
45pm IT'S debatable whether Frank de Boer will still be Inter manager when Torino visit tonight - but what is beyond dispute is that the Nerazzurri are in serious bother, writes Steve Davies.
Norbert Roettgen, a member of Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) and chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Bundestag, told the Sueddeutsche Zeitung that Russia's responsibility was beyond dispute.
Cooley also argued that based on plaintiffs' own allegations, as well as public documents of which the court could take judicial notice, it was beyond dispute that the alleged enrollment violations at issue did not cause the Phase III study to fail.
Beyond dispute is the drama, entertainment, atmosphere and sheer theatre of watching two gladiators - okay, ones that tend to be old and slightly overweight - doing battle.