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The observance, under various phases, is described in Scripture as an undisputed and indisputable reality.
The mob now ruled with undisputed sway in both legislative and executive halls.
For two thousand years Confucius has reigned supreme,--the undisputed teacher of a population of three or four hundred millions.
In the parlor, their undisputed court, the ladies received the attention which had been diverted from them by the wordy war.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
Solomon now sat secure upon his throne, the undisputed monarch of the wide territory secured by the conquests of his great father.
Thucydides was ostracized, and to the end of his life, Pericles reigned the undisputed master of the public policy of Athens.
An undisputed original work of Praxiteles, dating from the middle of the 4th century B. C.
GREEK SCULPTUREESTELLE M. HURLL
She had acquired undisputed control over the Indian tribes still tenanting the forests unexplored by the European man.
ORATIONSJOHN QUINCY ADAMS
At this day, religious indulgence is one of our clearest duties, because it is one of our undisputed rights.
ORATIONSJOHN QUINCY ADAMS
At the middle of the fifteenth century Italy enjoyed undisputed pre-eminence in the world of learning.

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