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- adj. categorical
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as categorical.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not modified or restricted by reservations
- adj. relating to or included in a category or categories
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Joanna Nowak, a Polish tennis coach, had a more categoric view.
It fulfills its own prophecy by affording to the goyim only the position of categoric disapproval; if they allowed the first they would be able to see disapproval of individuals instead of all Jews.
Shouldnt you at least update yr blog with the categoric denial frm No10?
However, when asked yesterday whether that was still the case, Mr Johnson stated a categoric “no”.
If Mark Buehner had made a less categoric assertion about the place of Islam in that region how far off the mark would he havebeen?
Are you categoric that he is the credible, legitimate leader of Afghanistan?
AMANPOUR: You're talking about settlements and the very categoric statement that President Obama made on settlements, that there had to be a total freeze as a precondition to restart negotiations.
AMANPOUR: ... very categoric statement that President Obama made on settlements, that there had to be a total freeze as a precondition to restart negotiations.
Pelosi's response (below in video and text), is categoric proof of her incompetence, dereliction of duty, disdain for the Constitution and disregard for the people of this nation.
Mr Coughlan himself is categoric that he made no use of the Ferrari Documents in the McLaren car.
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