Minchin said that he disliked Lydgate's knowledge, or his disposition to improve treatment: what they disliked was his arrogance, which nobody felt to be altogether deniable
In the absence of a public vote, here are the un deniable
A Pakistani-government appointed commission found nothing to support those claims, but also did not rule out the possibility of "plausibly deniable
support" from current or former officials.
The point is that Turkey is not fully committed to the destruction of IS, and indeed will give IS deniable
help in order to further the goal of a Sunni victory in Syria, despite being part of a "coalition of the willing" that is nominally dedicated to destroying IS.
The regime seemed to put this shadow war on hold while the multilateral nuclear negotiations unfolded, but current sectarian tensions in the region may have rekindled Tehran and Hezbollah's interest in targeting their Saudi adversaries with asymmetric and reasonably deniable
By contrast, the only way in which one could legitimately say that the relationship of "following" as understood in the third sense is deniable
would be if the nature of the subject of the protasis did not logically entail the nature of the subject of the apodosis.
But a couple of governments sent unofficial and plausibly deniable
support in the form of ordnance and "friends.
In this deniable
back channel, Kerry was the first to float the idea that Iran might be able to keep some of its enrichment capability if there was an agreement.
For Tehran, (it) is the 'safest' form of confrontation because of its secretive and deniable
Bond has been recruited to a new organisation which operates independently of MI5, MI6 and the Ministry of Defence, its existence deniable
the possibility of some such direct or indirect and plausibly deniable
support cannot be ruled out, at least, at some level outside formal structures of the intelligence establishment.
These days Stone is a mercenary and ultra-secret deniable
agent, facing down danger in some of the world's most terrifying trouble spots for the likes of the CIA and their British counterparts, MI6.