His question was designed to contradict his wife.
Dean smiled at Fred's exuberance but didn't contradict him.
"Nothing to contradict what Baratto said," answered Harrigan.
No one dared to contradict him, so he brought in anyone he knew.
Freed from paradox it means that in every object of thought there are different aspects or elements each of which if brought separately into consciousness may be so emphasized as to appear to contradict another.
126.8) that at the time of the Cylonian insurrection the nine archons attended to a great part of the business of government does not contradict the Aristotelian view, for their administration may well have been under Areopagitic supervision (see also Archon); and, as is stated in the text, the supremacy of the council may have already suffered considerable limitation.
He forgot that though it is safe to lash the dunces, he could not with equal impunity sneer at those who, though they might not have the ear of the public as he had, could yet contradict and call names.
These definitions being thus various, the Eleate notes that the sophist, in consideration of a fee, disputes, and teaches others to dispute, about things divine, cosmical, metaphysical, legal, political, technical - in fact, about everything - not having knowledge of them, because universal knowledge is unattainable; after which he is in a position to define the sophist (7) as a conscious impostor who, in private, by discontinuous discourse, compels his interlocutor to contradict himself, in opposition to the Sn,uoXoyucos, who, in public, by continuous discourse, imposes upon crowds.
The facts seem to contradict this view.
The intricacies of ritual and theology are ignored, and ancient laws which contradict the fundamental beliefs are unhesitatingly abrogated or denied.
He said: "I wish to say what I feel and think to-day, with the proviso that to-morrow perhaps I shall contradict it all."
In any case, the conception of Adonis as a swine-god does not contradict the idea of him as a vegetation or corn spirit, which in many parts of Europe appears in the form of a boar or sow.
His report directly contradicted what his colleague had said a year earlier.
Oh no, I am about to completely contradict myself.
This information contradicts the hypothesis.
This, of course, totally contradicts his previous advice to the trustees.
This contradicted the assumptions about low levels of involvement of young people.
You should not contradict what a previous referee has said.
But if these other news outlets contradict the official account, then all the better.
Besides this, historians of that kind contradict each other even in their statement as to the force on which the authority of some particular person was based.
But what this program consists in these historians do not say, or if they do they continually contradict one another.
And yet the former history continues to be studied side by side with the laws of statistics, geography, political economy, comparative philology, and geology, which directly contradict its assumptions.