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Paytm’s fresh announcement of the program this week, however, portrays it as a direct rebuttal to Google, which blocks alternative app stores on its platform.
Some of the responses to claims made by Hindenburg, which stands to gain from Nikola shares falling, are more so counterarguments than rebuttals.
Chairman and founder Trevor Milton had vowed earlier Friday to issue a detailed rebuttal after “working through the night.”
Even Jerry Seinfeld weighed in, writing a rebuttal in the New York Times this week.
It didn’t take too long for Google to issue a rebuttal to the rebuttal.
Certainly such an attitude would be a timely rebuttal of the anti-colonization sentiment of the Negro ministry in general.
Then the question that the man had asked in rebuttal to his own penetrated the manager's mind, and he became puzzled.
THIN EDGEGORDON RANDALL GARRETT
But it was against Mr. Colbrith's principles to let a man off with a single rebuttal.
EMPIRE BUILDERSFRANCIS LYNDE
In spite of her haughty rebuttal of the charge against her husband, she was wounded and oppressed by it.
BROOKE'S DAUGHTERADELINE SERGEANT
In debating, this repulse, this destruction of the arguments of the opposition, is called refutation or rebuttal.
ELEMENTS OF DEBATINGLEVERETT S. LYON

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