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That is, if archeology could let it stand without spinning the hard facts to fit an ambitious pre-conceived political agenda.
Maybe, somewhere in our current favorite object of escapism, there is an obscure hunger to confront these hard facts.
No matter the outcome of this end of the investigation, we have hard facts at odds with what feels appropriate and respectful.
Let those who have been divested of their illusions by hard facts govern the state, I say.
They consist of fancies that have illumined the hard facts of life.
This is not idle boasting or fire-eating threats, but the cold, hard facts stated in all calmness.
Perhaps this new acceptance of hard facts was a matter of growing up.
The defence had absolutely nothing to present against an array of hard facts, but some ill-supported theories.
Now, indeed, she was face to face with the hard facts of her situation.
The sophistical arguments of the friends of war are being answered by the logic of hard facts.