Together, the president and vice-president (or just ‘the presidency’) would be able to act without fear or favour, and would possess an incontestable mandate.
The Press Complaints Commission rules were scrupulously observed; the only minor shown had his face obscured; and the story was of incontestable public interest.
Now, there are some interesting restrictions on English reduplication, but the plain fact of it is incontestable (at least in every North American dialect I've ever come across).
He is wrong in believing that what is contestable is ‘knowledge’, and in failing to acknowledge that much knowledge is incontestable .
If the amount of these matches is divisible by a certain number, such as 7 (which is said to be God's number), there is an incontestable argument that the Spirit of God is ever present in the text.
Regardless of whether you believe global warming to be a threat to the survival of humanity or simply the product of another wave in the world's oscillating climate, the problem of pollution remains incontestable .
If argument did not deliver incontestable conclusions, where was one to go?
I'm the new owner of this house, with clear and incontestable title.
Its benefits have been so incontestable that in the five millennia since the advent of the written word numerous poets and writers have extolled its virtues.
There are certain incontestable themes in his work.