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Some of the things which seem to be indubitable respecting the original work are these:—1.
Unless some more indubitable relics are found, we must place the advent of man as a tool-using animal at a much later date.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
This satisfied the witnesses of the defendants' guilt, and they now state the circumstances as being indubitable proof.
When the thing happened it appeared to be a flagrant and indubitable case of treachery; everyone was speaking of it.
The witnesses of the Sieur Lebrun to this fact are indubitable.
The first of our vague but indubitable data is that there is knowledge of the past.
THE ANALYSIS OF MINDBERTRAND RUSSELL
He possessed indubitable genius; what is more, his genius obeyed generous enthusiasms, unselfish aims, pure-hearted sentiments.
The indubitable and hopeful fact is that in every normal boy the potent germ of religion is present.
In the true humanity of the book lies its justification, the permanence of its interest, and its indubitable triumph.
BATTLES OF ENGLISH HISTORYH. B. (HEREFORD BROOKE) GEORGE
The mountain itself bears the most indubitable marks of plutonic origin.

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