unrefuted

unrefuted

(ˌʌnrɪˈfjuːtɪd)
adj
(of a theory, principle, claim, etc) not refuted or disproved
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Either then, let us refute this conclusion, or, while it remains unrefuted, let us never say that fever, or any other disease, or the knife put to the throat, or even the cutting up of the whole body into the minutest pieces, can destroy the soul, until she herself is proved to become more unholy or unrighteous in consequence of these things being done to the body; but that the soul, or anything else if not destroyed by an internal evil, can be destroyed by an external one, is not to.
My books are successful; my theories are unrefuted; but I suffer in politics from a prejudice almost physical in the French.
The May 30 - June 1 event expressed its deep concern about 'the substantial, credible, and growing body of unrefuted evidence that the Communist Party of China has authorized and sanctioned - and continues to carry out - a systematic program of 'organ harvesting' with a horrific and cruel loss of human loss.'
However, even if this was the case, that maternity leave is in no way an afterthought, but an expected norm in many cultures, there was still no unrefuted evidence that the happiness of a country is hinged on whether this type of leave is part of the terms and conditions of employment.
It is testable, has been tested, and has gone largely unrefuted. (9) Federal courts have found it sufficiently reliable to be admissible into evidence as the basis for expert opinion testimony under the Daubert standard, which establishes testability, or falsifiability, of the underlying theory as one important factor.
Considering the wheel-load risk, combined with the unrefuted evidence establishing that the asphalt road will cause both an added delay, and added expense, to any repairs (with such delay and expense exacerbated by the fact that the dead-end crossing is the only manner of ingress/egress to the proposed development), the court concludes that Columbia has demonstrated that the proposed crossing is an "unreasonable interference."
In December, the court permitted another Guatemalan immigrant, identified in court papers as R.P., to remain with his father, citing "unrefuted" evidence that the youngster's mother had neglected him in their homeland and would continue to do so if he were returned.
Revilla is one glaring fact, left unrefuted to gloss over.
City of Orlando because it was "unrefuted" that the city of Orlando's shelter "never reached its maximum capacity" and that no one had ever "been turned away" because of space or failure to pay.
Civil Opinions   Civil Rights ADA; Public Accommodation; Standing   Where a plaintiff, who was wheelchair-bound due to a genetic condition, sued the owner of an office building alleging public accommodations violations, summary judgment for the defendants is affirmed because the plaintiff did not show that he suffered an injury in fact to establish standing because he could not demonstrate that he would visit the office in the future since the doctor he was visiting no longer worked there, and the defendant submitted substantial, unrefuted evidence that removal of the relevant barriers could not be easily accomplished.
motive to harm the plaintiff because there was "ample, unrefuted