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rebuttal

(ri-bŭt′ăl)
In law, evidence or testimony that contradicts or sheds doubt upon the assertions of the opposing party in a dispute.
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A spokeswoman for North Wales Police said: ``We strongly rebutt any allegation that the system has been manipulated.
She was not offered her job back and when she pursued her expenses claim in the small claims court the authority retained the same firm of Bristol lawyers to rebutt her claims.
Moreover, his archaeological "salvage work" and the persuasive metanarrative that frames it also rebutts the oversimplifications that abounded in the H.