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 (ĭ-rĕf′yə-tə-bəl, ĭr′ĭ-fyo͞o′-)
Impossible to refute or disprove; incontrovertible: irrefutable arguments; irrefutable evidence of guilt.

ir·ref′u·ta·bil′i·ty n.
ir·ref′u·ta·bly adv.


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The mutual irrefutability problem in Maimonides assumes the form of a cosmological opposition: eternity or creation?
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Douglas writes in the first-person plural--that useful "we" that lends a pundit both the irrefutability of an eye-witness and the sweep of a historian--but she never really ponders how the "we" came into existence.
Based on analog media, Kodak's systems guarantee access in a human readable form, provide irrefutability of the captured `facts', and are not subject to technology obsolescence.