Rebuttal sentence example

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  • No one had a rebuttal.
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  • I'm going to have to issue a rebuttal about this.
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  • There is a stronger rebuttal, on which I cannot hope to carry everyone.
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  • It was decided that MAB should publish a comprehensive rebuttal stating its stand on a number of crucial issues.
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  • After my initial rebuttal, I should have let go of the idea of courting the young lady.
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  • I am honored that Richard Carrier written a rebuttal which is well worth reading.
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  • But while some of us chuckle at the hint of truth therein, such a sweeping rebuttal is woefully inaccurate.
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  • He claims that a posted rebuttal will provide " more than equal opportunity " for defense.
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  • One example is Lomborg's lengthy rebuttal of the idea that the world is about to run out of oil.
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  • The letter is a direct rebuttal to calls last week for a funding rethink from Doctors for Reform.
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  • But his attempt at a point-by-point rebuttal was dishonest in the extreme and, frankly, pathetic.
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  • He chooses to give a point by point rebuttal of my earlier comments.
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  • Secondly we have this dialectical " induction as to particulars by grouping of similars whose liability to rebuttal by an exception has been already noted in connexion with the limits of dialectic. This is the incomplete induction by simple enumeration which has so often been laughed to scorn.
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  • This effort requires the vigorous rebuttal of the arguments of CTBT skeptics in the Senate.
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  • I 'm going to have to issue a rebuttal about this.
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  • The deadline for new or rebuttal evidence to the commission is 5pm today.
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  • The Mediator may then ask questions and there may be rebuttal statements by the parties.
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  • The first task he gave me was to write a rebuttal of the theory of bureaucratic collectivism.
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  • I note that you have failed to give any detailed rebuttal of the many points I have made.
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  • We review the Jesus Myth web sites as well as those who have taken the trouble to provide a rebuttal.
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  • The chief police officer for the area issues a furious rebuttal of the allegation - It is not possible.
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  • One example is Lomborg 's lengthy rebuttal of the idea that the world is about to run out of oil.
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  • Is that cadre of spokespeople, the RTPI rebuttal unit, trained up yet?
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  • There would be time for rebuttal.
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  • Any attempt by Martha at a rebuttal was met with a yawn.
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  • I could hear Molly returning so Betsy offered no rebuttal.
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