My question is this:
Is there any particular grammar rule for this ("there's no" + an "-ing" verb) construction, for hard as I tried, the only explanation I did find was in the entry "No" in here.
Would it be right to say that this construction may be used to express the idea of the impossibility of an action, for example:
There's no making her change her mind.
There's no persuading him into selling his old car.
There's no beating him at tennis.
There was no denying that she had a lovely figure?