(1) It is undisputed that gastrointestinal toxicity due to NSAID therapy is a class effect.
(2) Tour begins 22 November, NIA, Birmingham, thenia.co.uk Black Sabbath Still without original drummer Bill Ward, but with their first US No 1 album (the Rick Rubin-produced 13), the undisputed godfathers of metal play a handful of UK shows.
(3) Ali and Frazier were both undefeated, Ali had been on a forced hiatus for three-and-a-half years [for refusing to be drafted to Vietnam] and while he was gone Joe became what we knew as the undisputed heavyweight champion.
(4) It is clearly a detrimental health behavior that costs millions of dollars annually and undisputed morbidity and mortality.
(5) Operations in emergency states are undisputed although they carry a tenfold higher mortality rate than elective procedures.
(6) His leadership was abrasive, authoritarian, undisputed.
(7) Three boys with bone ages of 5.5, 8.0 and 9.5 years showed an undisputable effect following HGH administration.
(8) There are few undisputed champions in the restaurant business but I would argue that Vasco & Piero's Pavilion , a traditional osteria-style restaurant specialising in Umbrian cuisine, makes the best bowl of pasta in London.
(9) He ratifies the decisions.” He added: “He’s the undisputed leader of the Muhajir nation.
(10) Paolo Pescatore, an analyst at CCS Insight said: "BT's latest results underline the phenomenal growth in broadband and especially demand for fibre and BT is the undisputed leader in the UK in this area.
(11) In an extract from his book Undisputed Truth: My Autobiography, in Sydney's Daily Telegraph , Tyson says he was furious that Evander Holyfield had head butted him: "I just wanted to kill him.
(12) Although prophylaxis is undisputed in patients having synthetic grafts, antibiotics may not be as important in the prevention of wound sepsis as had been thought.
(13) A mother's role in passing susceptibility to Graves' disease to daughters is undisputed; it seems to be due to the B35 HLA allele.
(14) Thus, the prostitutes remain an undisputed potential source of infection not only of STDs but also several other communicable diseases.
(15) Two months earlier Mike Tyson had knocked out Michael Spinks in 91 seconds to become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.
(16) The Associated Press's Sandy Cohen said Simon remained "an undisputed master of his craft".
(17) The government is looking for a bigger majority in favour and larger turnout to win undisputed legitimacy and perhaps a popular mandate for the military chief, General Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, to run for president.
(18) "While not everyone necessarily agrees with Tawakkul's role in the protest movement today, her role since 2007 in the struggle against tyranny and injustice, promoting freedom of speech and women's rights is undisputed.
(19) Total parenteral nutrition is of undisputed value in improving and maintaining patients who are otherwise unable to ingest food adequately by mouth or by tube.
(20) It's pointless to become aerated about it – until it crops up, undisputed, in what should be a reputable news source, like the BBC.
(a.) Not doubted; not called in question; indubitable; indisputable; as, undoubted proof; undoubted hero.
(1) Matthias Müller, VW’s chief executive, said: “In light of the wide range of challenges we are currently facing, we are satisfied overall with the start we have made to what will undoubtedly be a demanding fiscal year 2016.
(2) While undoubtedly a good understanding of soil microbiology in terms of pedology exists, little is presently known about unsaturated subsoils, and aquifers.
(3) A complete, unselected series of 68 patients who were seen during their first episode of an undoubtedly schizophrenic illness, and followed up one year later (for 56 patients) is described clinically.
(4) Vascular insufficiency due to sclerotic changes in vessels of various diameters undoubtedly contributes to the pathogenesis of the optic nerve impairments in the involved and clinically healthy eyes.
(5) Undoubtedly because new theories remain speculative when viewed from our own standpoint.
(6) Frequent contact with blood and body secretions of potentially infectious patients undoubtedly is a major factor in the increased seroprevalence and risk of hepatitis B.
(7) The main conclusion was that whilst osteoarthritic cartilage is undoubtedly less able to resist water loss under a given applied pressure than normal cartilage, this is not due to a change in the "quality" of the proteoglycans, resulting in a change in the osmotic pressure of the latter, but simply to a decreased fixed charge density.
(8) Swallowing of foreign bodies in elder patients is often explained by a decrease in psychological or neurological function, which undoubtedly may occur.
(9) Such genome segment reassortment between unique, though antigenically related, orbiviruses has undoubtedly played a major role in generating the extensive phenotypic and genotypic diversity that is characteristic of this serogroup.
(10) Technology assessment is becoming increasingly important in the area of critical care due both to the explosion of technology associated with this discipline and to the realization that future demand for these health care resources will undoubtedly exceed the ability to pay.
(11) There's undoubtedly going to be some goals scored in this tournament which, in previous tournaments with different balls, wouldn't have been scored.
(12) Centrally organized screening programmes, diffusion of colposcopy, improved clinical follow-up of patients (in case of abnormal cytologic and colposcopic findings) will undoubtedly contribute to better prevention.
(13) Seven to 30 days following axotomy the volume of the hypoglossal nucleus was significantly diminished, undoubtedly reflecting dendritic retraction (P less than 0.05).
(14) Although undoubtedly release by atrial distension and effective when infused to similar concentrations, atrial distension also has other effects via neural pathways.
(15) This advance has undoubtedly led to the apparent increase in the number of PCP cases reported by hospitals and to the accuracy of clinical diagnosis by medical, drug or law enforcement communities...
(16) However, undoubtedly DA agonists have improved therapeutic possibilities in Parkinson's disease.
(17) Undoubtedly, as repeatedly urged, appropriate selective screening and health education could effectively reduce the toll of mortality, especially in high-risk developing populations.
(18) Undoubtedly, this experience is of great importance in radiotelephony-intelligibility.
(19) Rooney showed his undoubted class by starting and finishing the move that gave his side the lead.
(20) "The fact that the regulatory activity in Morecambe Bay could have been better was undoubtedly a feature of the very, very sizeable agenda CQC had to lead."