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But consultant Ben Jones says not one piece of hard evidence has been provided to prove, beyond doubt, that the works his company dealt with were not the real McCoy.
Mr Babar said that it had been proved beyond doubt that the present government at the Centre had used the JIT as a tool to politically victimise the opposition.
It is beyond doubt that unless those who are resourceful and well-connected are made to face the law for their misdeeds, the dream of a peaceful and progressive Pakistan will remain elusive.
But today his statement in Karnataka has proved beyond doubt that he has absolutely no answer whatsoever to these issues," she claimed.
Goals from Wesson and Lewis Simms put the tie beyond doubt, though John Thrower made it 4-2 in a late rally by Park End.
Coaker said: "The jobs of thousands of Scots in our defence industry are secured by being part of the UK "One thing we know beyond doubt is that leaving the UK would cost defence jobs.
The causes of fire, he said, are being examined, but added that "it is also beyond doubt that Molotov cocktails have been thrown by both sides, flying from the building and into the building."
"And, it has proved beyond doubt, that in Gujarat, there was no democratic norms and practice.
Andrew Welsh had two chances to put the result beyond doubt, but his shooting was wayward.
He might like to ponder on what John Mortimer the author, who described himself as an atheist for Christ: "Seeing the impact on society of a generation that rejected God, and as a result Christian ethics, what is beyond doubt is that the Gospels provide a system of ethics to which we must return if we are to avoid social disaster - even the unbelievers should go back to church today." Frances Smith, Northfield
The lad's quality is beyond doubt, but you wonder if he is even on Vincente del Bosque's radar sometimes.
An extraordinary exchange began after the presenter turned to the issue of whether Mr Blair had effectively lied when he told MPs it was "beyond doubt" Iraq had such weapons.