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1 This argument also is refutable, even if the statement about the fast breathing be true, since a man may breathe hard without having a fever.
2 These hypotheses, I contend, must be refutable in principle.
3 Based on the dilemma in judicatory practice, the refutable criminal presumption can be applied to the demarcation of the constitutive conditions of dangerous driving criminal behavior.
4 Otherwise, these statements are not refutable by facts.
5 A theory which is not refutable by any conceivable event is non - scientific.
6 Here we certainly have a Sign; but even though the proposition be true, the argument is refutable,[www.Sentencedict.com] since it does not form a syllogism.
7 Scientific theory BY DEFINITION must be duplicable, testable and refutable.
8 This article annotates the general contents about the audit of the project cost, also emphatically analyzes the refutable measures against the confirmation and counterclaim of a project.
9 Historically, they fail to see that private land ownership is refutable and that collective land ownership can work well.
10 According to different kinds of criteria, the presumption can be classified into legislative presumption and judicatory presumption, refutable presumption and irrefutable presumption, etc.
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