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1. He attempts to rebut the assertion made by the prosecution witness.
2. This open letter is to rebut the argument of abstractionism.
3. He could neither publicly rebut the false arguments of the government nor check the violence of his friends.
4. However, Winchester did make attempts to rebut some of the allegations contained in the notice itself.
5. Then as later, bald men liked to rebut the jokers by recalling great bald men of the past.
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6. One must not explain away false ideas but rebut them.
7. We rebut them by asserting that we can.
8. Ready to learn something , ready to rebut.
9. Their impregnable arguments are hard to rebut.
10. You don't dare to rebut our eight terms or insist upon your five.
11. The defendant may admit or rebut the claims and shall have the right to file counterclaims.
12. He attempted to rebut the assertions made by the prosecution witness.
13. He rebut the argument of the other team In a debate.
14. To rebut Bernet's testimony, Robinson called in his own expert: psychiatrist Terry Holmes, the clinical director of Moccasin Bend Mental Health Institute in Chattanooga, Tenn.
15. It is better for the present not to rebut his scheme.
16. We have seen how law and theory unite to provide a list of excuses which rebut the normal presumption of voluntariness.
17. Strauss's books provoked furious condemnations and led scholars to rebut his views in their own works.
18. Is there anything in the surrounding circumstances which would rebut the primafacie meaning of the agreement?
19. Stephen Spruiell at the NRO noted the absurdity of Krugman's complaint that bloggers might use the same responses to rebut Krugman's repeated statements of the same ideology.
20. In another category there are the unjustifiable ones , and these we must rebut.
21. Violence and theft are presumptively wrong, and calling yourself "the government" does nothing to rebut these presumptions.