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Despite the technology’s undoubted promise, the Arizona crash has provided a wake-up call for Chinese developers, said Qian Xu, China director for management consultancy AlixPartners.
Despite his undoubted intelligence, Hawking was modest about his gifts.
Wu, as chairman and chief executive officer, was the undoubted No. 1.
The two young defenders will undoubtedly do a good job for Diego Simeone given his excellent track record of having defensively sound and hard to break down teams, and their undoubted quality in the defensive third of the pitch.
But in each event—in the living act, the undoubted deed—there, some unknown but still reasoning thing puts forth the mouldings of its features from behind the unreasoning mask.
Since then, he's established himself as the undoubted King of Clay and one of the best tennis players of all time.
First, the president has the undoubted power to order Mueller’s DOJ superior—whether Rosenstein or Brand—to fire him and shut down the investigation.
So, despite his years of service and undoubted, if irascible competence, his influence on foreign policy is, in fact, negligible.
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Definition of undoubted for English Language Learners
: definitely true or existing : not doubted
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