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putting an end to doubt or question
  • When we reported back to the Vice Chancellor there was no way to gather conclusive evidence without human studies, we thought he understood it was a dead end.
    p. 101.9
  • All Clarke hoped was that their research proved conclusive so that the experiments could stop, so that these test subjects wouldn't have suffered in vain.
    p. 188.7
  • The Council would wait until they had conclusive data on the radiation levels, regardless of what was happening on Earth.
    p. 215.2

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