prove to the contrary

See: disprove
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"We cannot prove to the contrary, to be sure; but I wish you a better fate, Miss Price, than to be the wife of a man whose amiableness depends upon his own sermons; for though he may preach himself into a good-humour every Sunday, it will be bad enough to have him quarrelling about green geese from Monday morning till Saturday night."
Facts prove to the contrary. Imran Khan had retained the portfolio of the sensitive ministry directly under himself but now found it prudent to delegate responsibility.
'When the documents established that Mariam was the beneficial owner of the companies, she was also claiming herself to be the trustee of these companies,' Judge Bashir said, adding that she should have produced documents if any to prove to the contrary, meaning thereby that she had no such document and she in fact was the beneficial owner of the companies.
You say you didn't know they were in the house when you set fire to it and the prosecution are unable to prove to the contrary. But at the very least you must have known there was a substantial chance the girls might have been in the house.
"And despite investigations - where all the king's horses and all the king's men tried to prove to the contrary - there is no evidence that the money in her accounts came from an unlawful source.
This is in contrast to the report of Patrick Cockburn (Independent newspaper, June 3) who said the New York-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) "saw zero evidence of Iran's involvement in Bahrain's affairs" despite hundred and one pieces of evidence to prove to the contrary. How come a big institution like HRW failed to see the truth?
Can it assert that a taxpayer has a 25% omission (which the taxpayer must prove to the contrary) or must the Service prove the omission?
So, until Crewe prove to the contrary, Sheffield United are suggested as 2-1 winners.