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I had learned, in 1969, 1970, and 1971, incontrovertibly, that I had been wrong: the president was not the state or the king or the government.
But what is now incontrovertibly clear to me is that we must be proud of the people who have come before us, of those who have fought, rallied, litigated, shouted from the rooftops, and endured terrible hardships so that we may express ourselves like no generation has before us.
Napoleon famously remarked that he wanted his generals to be lucky, and if good fortune has its advantages in all sorts of contexts, then the art world is incontrovertibly one of them.
Buch then links this work, somewhat tenuously, to Kafka's short story, In the Penal Colony, without distinguishing between the fact that while they may bear some connections, the torture victim Kafka depicts was a figment of his imagination, while the man Bataille observes so enthusiastically was once incontrovertibly, agonizingly, alive.
In a recent article published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, Bob began with "The importance of physical activity to health and wellness has been established incontrovertibly.
However readable, unqualified diktats aren't good journalism, just opinionated struts that exalt or put down incontrovertibly.
That is why I believe Khalid Khawaja was incontrovertibly in error for making fun of those who value life.
While paralysis and leadership vacuums have become expected fixtures of Lebanon's political process, six months with no government in Iraq, where Al-Qaeda is openly and actively engaged in a massive effort to topple the country's government, is an incontrovertibly dangerous prospect.
He was a savvy businessman, but he had developed the habit of believing the best about people until they proved incontrovertibly otherwise.
He added: "What I do know for sure is that the deal was struck, incontrovertibly.
Michael Crichton not only considers this to be incontrovertibly true, but also believes that it will be possible to traverse different universes in the lifetime of our children.
Even if the extent to which these men identified themselves as part of a subculture cannot be determined, the existence of their relationships with one another has now been clearly and incontrovertibly documented.