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  • "That is, I think, indubitable," said Wesley Mouch.
  • —a battle in which the decision was to be pronounced, not by the winner, but by the loser: "It seems to me . It is, I think . It must, in my opinion . If we were to suppose . I am merely suggesting . I am not implying, but . If we consider both sides . It is, in my opinion, indubitable . It seems to me to be an unmistakable fact ." She did not know whose voice it was, but she heard it when the voice pronounced: ". and, therefore, I move that the John Galt Line be closed."

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  • He could recognize in no one but himself an indubitable right to love her.
    Leo Tolstoy  --  Anna Karenina

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