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  • No compelling evidence for their existence has been found.
  • There seems no compelling reason why he should be saved. Cited from Back to Methuselah, by George Bernard Shaw
  • Men who thus feel have inspiration from within themselves and need no outside moral code, no compelling external law. Cited from The Basis of Morality, by Annie Besant
  • There seemed to be no compelling reason why the date was chosen regarding which judges would contribute what.
  • He who does not love has no compelling motive toward God and no abiding principle to control life. Cited from Our Lady Saint Mary, by J. G. H. Barry
  • A meta-analysis of several clinical trials found no compelling evidence for short-term weight loss.
  • He also wrote a number of chamber works, although "he had no compelling desire" to compose it.
  • A comprehensive review suggested there is no compelling evidence for the fifth force, though scientists still search for it.
  • However, there is no compelling evidence that stadiums actually produce these benefits.
  • Since these stamps had next to no value, forgers had no compelling reason to make copies.
  • There is currently no compelling theoretical reason to expect any particular value of, or relationship between, these parameters.
  • There is thus no compelling reason not to translocate individuals between estuaries, should this become necessary.
  • This is understandable, since there is no compelling authority within them.
  • As such, the government had no compelling interest in prohibiting them from airing even during the election session.
  • There is no compelling scientific evidence that Oscillococcinum has any effect beyond placebo.
  • Brinkman considered that there was no compelling reason for either choice.
  • In practice, there is no compelling reason to make manhole covers non-circular.
  • He only half believes in it, and being sure of nothing, he can find no compelling reason for insisting on his own freedom of thought. Cited from Public Opinion, by Walter Lippmann
  • With no compelling advantage for any particular option car makers where pursuing parallel development tracks using a variety of options.
  • There has been no compelling propaganda to that end. Cited from Mobilizing Woman-Power, by Harriot Stanton Blatch
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