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I rebutted his accusations and observed that if I had had the imagination to invent the stories he now denied, I would have saved them for my fiction — which, I suggested, was what he should have done.
Washington began a review of the team’s name, bowing to pressure from corporate sponsors and rebutting Snyder’s long-held assertions the name would “NEVER” change and dividing a weary fan base.
The hospital’s leadership team forced that CEO to retire and sent an email to employees rebutting his comments about masks.
According to a blog post and law review article by a group of George Mason academics rebutting Khan’s analysis, some hipsters want to return to the DOJ guidelines of 1968 that justified blocking mergers with a combined market share of only 8%.
The Post’s fact-checking team has rebutted a wide array of claims about fraud.
I have heard Democrats try to rebut it by suggesting that the act of passing legislation inherently favors progressive priorities, and thus the filibuster intrinsically tilts toward conservatism.
Assuredly it did not attract him; assuredly it rather rebutted and depressed.
But that the eye was intended for light there is so strong a presumption that it cannot easily be rebutted.
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN RELIGION AND SCIENCEFREDERICK, LORD BISHOP OF EXETER
Asad approved him heartily, the more heartily since it rebutted insinuations which he desired above all to hear rebutted.
THE SEA-HAWKRAPHAEL SABATINI
This argument, good as far as it goes, is rebutted in the following manner.
THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEROBERT GORDON LATHAM

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