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And so the whole fabric of geological chronology vanishes into a mere unproved notion, based upon an if.
Its effect is simply to leave both unproved, and neither, therefore, in condition for acceptance.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
The existence in the system of a form of phosphorus less highly oxidized than the phosphates is unproved.
This has left us with a small residuum of fact, unproved fact, but sufficient to work from.
THE AIR PIRATECYRIL ARTHUR EDWARD RANGER GULL
It is poor as the reasoning material fails to meet the facts, or is out of harmony with the most probable of the yet unproved.
Physics as a whole, as resting on mere unproved hypotheses, may be indeed an object of inquiry but not of teaching.
Not only was it entirely circumstantial, but the greater part of it was practically unproved.
So that if no better argument can be found to prove God all-powerful, his omnipotence remains unproved.
Instead, she had chosen a young instructor—a pleasant enough boy, perhaps but still unproved.
TUTORS' LANEWILMARTH LEWIS

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