asserting the contrary

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Bruckner, for example, says on the very first page of the book that "nothing can be said about money without asserting the contrary: that it is vulgar and noble, fiction and reality.
Even worse, both the published text and the supplementary material show that Hemingway was, despite the braggadocio of certain passages asserting the contrary, at a low point in his career.
When these requirements are met, the IRS may treat the previous (mis)representation as true, even if it is not, and the taxpayer is estopped from asserting the contrary (albeit correct) position; see, e.g., Fabacher, D.C.