uncontestable


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uncontestable

(ˌʌnkənˈtɛstəbəl)
adj
not able to be disputed
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In this way, monopolistic profits are possible if the market is unregulated or uncontestable.
IT'S AN UNCONTESTABLE FACT THAT THE BEST-LAID schemes of mice and men "gang aft agley," as Robert Burns would have it--or "often go awry," as it's generally translated into English.
Let's back up a moment and start with an uncontestable fact: The moon-our moon-is damned odd.
The Philippines' sovereign rights over the continental shelf is uncontestable.
I would base myself on the simple and uncontestable truth--Estonia's own investigation did not reveal any outside interference during the events of those days," said the envoy.
What is uncontestable, though, is the fact it is now difficult to imagine a Birmingham frontline not led by the powerful, dominant aerial presence of Jutkiewicz.
Some people will inevitably take it as a personal slight, but as it's the bride and groom's request, sadly for the guest, it's uncontestable.
Unlike the second paradigm of the spiritual exercise as discussed in Pierre Hadot's studies of ancient philosophy, Trap's aesthetic exercises are not characterized by any claim to universal validity, for they do not seek to convert their reader/listener via her guided restaging of an uncontestable epistemic insight or truth-event.
Massip's recognition as an uncontestable research authority coupled with her relendess dedication to service led to prominent roles within many academic and library-based music organizations and initiatives from the late 1980s through 2013, including membership on the advisory board of the Centre de musique baroque de Versailles (CMBV), terms as president of the Societe frangaise de musicologie, the International Association of Music Libraries, and Repertoire International de Litterature Musicale (RILM), as well as vice president of Repertoire International des Sources Musicales (RISM).
75 provided ultimately the uncontestable safety gap that the 1949 Geneva
and uncontestable control, (27) much as she does in the dual-class
What this case really exposes, I fear, is that all this background check rigmarole inconveniences millions of Americans who have an uncontestable right to own and carry a firearm, without doing much to keep guns out of the hands of lunatics and bad guys--any more than our airport metal detectors (the ones designed to accustom law-abiding Americans to being strip-searched and disarmed) did anything to stop a bunch of Muslim fanatics from hijacking four passenger jets and killing thousands of innocent people on Sept.