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  • noun Plural form of affirmer.

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Examples

  • Consider that many evolutionists and global warming affirmers insist on spreading their beliefs using the power of government.

    Waldo Jaquith - Connect the dots.

  • No witness declared that he saw what the affirmers say was the risen Christ, and that it was not the Crucified one.

    The Bible or Atheism

  • The true investigator is sparing in the use of this word, though the use of it is unsparingly ascribed to him; but, as a matter of fact, Pasteur has never, been able to effect the alleged transmutation, while he has been always able to point out the open doorways through which the affirmers of such transmutations had allowed error to march in upon them.

    Fragments of science, V. 1-2

  • Even the so-called deists, while not theologically Christian, were ethical monotheists, i.e., strong affirmers of ethics rooted in the will of the Creator.

    National Review Online

  • The names of all affirmers on Dec. 31, 2009 will be sent along with the Charter for Compassion to five world leaders whose countries are engaged in conflict.

    Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

  • The names of all affirmers, on Dec. 31, will be sent along with the Charter for Compassion to five world leaders whose countries are engaged in conflict.

    Washington Report on Middle East Affairs

  • The negators will employ logic in constructing an opposing argument, and the affirmers will use logic to counter it.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Investors Business Daily and The Christian Science Monitor were perhaps the leading affirmers.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » If there’s no War on Christmas, how come they deployed an Army?

  • However, without the introduction of some new factor, we don’t expect the earth’s climate to become as inhospitable as global warming affirmers have predicted.

    Waldo Jaquith - Connect the dots.

  • "I think the peculiar office of scholars in a careful and gloomy generation is to be (as the poets were called in the Middle Ages) Professors of the Joyous Science, detectors and delineators of occult symmetries and unpublished beauties; heralds of civility, nobility, learning and wisdom; affirmers of the one law, yet as those who should affirm it in music and dancing; expressors themselves of that firm and cheerful temper, infinitely removed from sadness, which reigns through the kingdoms of chemistry, vegetation, and animal life."

    Wired Campus

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