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Annie Skinner, a spokesperson for the Colorado Department of Corrections, refutes that, saying, “Inmates have been provided information from their facility leadership regarding their specific facility situation.”
I begged permission to read it; but he refused, telling me that the doctrines of the church all remained unrefuted.
Once, their aim appeared to be a noble possibility, struggling still and unrealized, but unrefuted.
That the objection drawn from the physiological difference between "species" and "races" still exists unrefuted.
ON THE GENESIS OF SPECIESST. GEORGE MIVART
My books are successful; my theories are unrefuted; but I suffer in politics from a prejudice almost physical in the French.
The accusation of prodigal and senseless expenditure in dress must stand unrefuted.
They have been unrefuted, uncontradicted in any of their details.
For us it is history undisputed, unrefuted, because it is so natural.
Lee's charges remained unrefuted, though not a shadow of justifiable suspicion rested upon Franklin's unfortunate nephew.
BENJAMIN FRANKLINJOHN TORREY MORSE, JR.

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