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1 We can easily refute his argument.
2 Isabelle is quick to refute any suggestion of intellectual snobbery.
3 She tried to think how to refute the argument on moral grounds.
4 Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute. Josh Billings
5 This time, Gold did not refute the point.
6 It was not undertaken to support, refute or criticize contemporary urban and regional theory.
7 These data do not refute the law of demand.
8 Forensic evidence to support or refute allegations proved the exception not the rule.
9 Several scientists have attempted to refute Moore's theories.
10 Like many other minority organisations, we can refute their legitimacy in adopting this guise.
11 There is no reason to refute this argument: undoubtedly this is a sentiment seemingly shared by many Shetlanders.
12 This statement is difficult to refute or accept on the base of current research evidence.
13 Something which I can positively refute!
14 It is hard to refute these biblical arguments.
15 How could you refute it when just the memory of his scathing comments made your eyes fill with tears?
16 Could biological research really refute the insights Freud formulated about mankind?
17 It was the kind of rumour that it is impossible to refute.
18 The meeting was very lively and informal with everyone chipping to supplement or refute what the speakers said.
19 It goes without saying that we have the right to refute them publicly.
20 They therefore make a difference to their practical deliberations,(www.Sentencedict.com) and serve to refute the no difference thesis.
21 They circulated to the officials working on post-war plans a paper designed to refute the Section's approach.
22 There was really very little I could do actively to refute the charge of selfishness.
23 He learned how to boom out facts and figures to the city council members that they were unable to refute.
24 The technique can also be used to confirm or refute current theories.
25 However, it is necessary to say a word or two here to refute this seemingly compelling argument.
26 The threat of criminal sanction hangs over those who refute the constable's perception of events.
27 This study can not provide data to confirm or refute this hypothesis, however.
28 Analysts said the statement was phrased in a way that made it difficult to confirm or refute.
29 I knew that he was lying but I had no evidence with which to refute his story.
30 If they are members they would find it difficult to refute charges of a breach of the Code of Conduct.
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