deny the possibility

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Those who are best acquainted with the last successful resistance of this country against the British arms, will be most inclined to deny the possibility of it.
Singh did not deny the possibility of questioning Chief Minister Kejriwal and the MLAs who were present during the meeting where Prakash was allegedly assaulted by party legislator Amanatullah Khan and others.
A non-credible report means a "lack of evidence" and does not deny the possibility that a civilian was killed, it said.
However, the requirements can increase the risk of miscarriage-related complications and deny the possibility for pathological testing that can improve maternal health.
Senior party leaders told M AIL T ODAY that the party stands against ' dynastic politics' but did not deny the possibility of her accompanying Kejriwal during campaign in the pollbound states.
The Duke of York said: "Well, let's put it another way, I can neither confirm nor deny the possibility.
We cannot deny the possibility that the reactors may not fulfill one or two items" under the new standards, but the NRA intends to closely examine them, he said.
The Kurdish presidency spokesman Omeed Sabah said to the paper that "such news should be published on the official site of the government", but he did not deny the possibility of holding the conference.
Peres also said that "those who deny the possibility of a disaster in Iran may indirectly cause it.
But postmodernism, currently invoked by the social and political left, offers nihilistic alternatives that deny the possibility of meaning or value.
Minutes of FED did not confirm nether deny the possibility oflaunching QE3.
However, only a fool would deny the possibility that some of these "lost" foreigners have criminal intentions.