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- adv. In an affirming manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an affirmative manner; on the affirmative side of a question; in the affirmative; -- opposed to
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an affirmative manner; by express declaration; positively; expressly.
- In the affirmative mode; by asserting that a disputed or doubtful thing is: opposed to negatively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an affirmative manner
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LIEBERMAN: Let me put it affirmatively which is what I really mean.
In its suit, the center says U.S. alcohol regulators are only supposed to permit the use of ingredients that the Federal Drug Administration has "affirmatively" determined to be "generally recognized as safe."
Say that the next step was putting an insect in the dark box with him-this was proposed for Abu Zubaydah-and the interrogators, whatever they hinted, didn't "affirmatively" say that it was poisonous ...
"affirmatively" explain to purchasers the significant difference between what they are paying and what they would receive if they sold it back immediately.
"affirmatively", on the basis of race, to achieve racially-balanced integration.
According to the committee that drafted the ADC provision in the law, it was “designed to release from the wage-earning role the person whose natural function is to give her children the physical and affectionate guardianship necessary not alone to keep them from falling into social misfortune, but more affirmatively to rear them into citizens capable of contributing to society.”
Of twenty-five families surveyed, only five responded affirmatively.
What Searle is saying is, in effect, is that proponents of strong AI have ipso facto asserted that it is impossible – they affirmatively know and have confirmed it is not possible - for a mindless, unconscious entity to reproduce the behavior of an entity with consciousness.
It enhances the suitability obligation as it applies to institutions, requiring brokers to meet the suitability obligation unless the institution affirmatively states that is exercising independent judgment when transacting business.
Of those currently married, 16% of men and 10% of women responded affirmatively.