nondisputable

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"Where we were before the issuance of the TRO was that the issuance of receipts was a nondisputable thing-that's in the Tax Code.
Horten argues that America after the war was less hostile to big business than before it, a nondisputable point.
It is to assume that art's border is more impregnable than it is, and that what is widely recognized outside this border as a tragedy (i.e., a society without rules) is, within this same border, a nondisputable good.