- v. present participle of affirm.
“We communicate and share complete and unbiased information with patients and families in affirming and useful ways.”
“We call on all advocates of human rights and defenders of the law to unite their voices with the Association of Independent Iraqi Jurists in affirming its humanitarian and legal position, and prevent human rights violations in a democratic Iraq.”
“Although Tanenhaus ultimately does reveal his storytelling preference in affirming those writers who have managed the feat of "making their imagined creations more relevant to our complicated moment.”
“This is the menace of socialism, and in affirming it and in tallying myself an adherent of it, I accept my own consequent unrespectability.”
“It is true that the festivities were prone to periodically degenerate into rowdiness, but they also had a very positive aspect in affirming and renewing social ties.”
“Plaintiff's attorney presented a reasonable excuse for not appearing on the return date of the motion in affirming that he was informed by a court clerk that his appearance was not required.”
“Con Tinta is a coalition of cultural activists (Chicano/Latino poets and writers) who believe in affirming a positive and pro-active presence in American literature.”
“Once again, one need not even comment on the law in affirming the substance of my preceding sentence here.”
“The U.S. Supreme Court, in affirming the constitutionality of the McCain-Feingold speech restrictions, advocated deference toward elected officials when they write laws regulating speech about elected officials and their deeds.”
“There is very little point in affirming that Parliament legislates in this country when the truth is that Parliament has no right to reject EU directives and regulations.”
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