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If the jeepney is king of the "last mile" in the Philippines today, the tricycle is the indisputed queen.
Richardson will keep the wicketkeeping gloves, with Phil Mustard having lost his long-held status as Durham's indisputed first choice with the gloves in four-day cricket.
The brand that every competitor wants to follow in terms of market share and machine quality, Caterpillar is an indisputed heavy weight in the Middle East machinery markets.
Ban Ki-moon said a UN investigation found conclusively that Israeli weaponry - some containing white phosphorus - was "the indisputed cause" of attacks on several schools, a health clinic and the world body's Gaza headquarters.
The citation of particular precedents in the two Courts was roughly parallel, probably a testimony to their indisputed relevance to the cases before the Courts.
Abstract: The use of information technology is indisputed in any direction, starting with medicine, education, research, production, socially, etc.
The existence of positive effects was nearly indisputed between both coalitions.
This new alliance will not only put that right but should also go a long way towards giving all parties in the region one indisputed direction in which they can all pull together.
Calvino certainly appreciated these words of the indisputed master of digressions, among novelists of all times: