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  • n. Plural form of incertitude.

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Examples

  • (It sounds so much nicer in French: “Une interdiction générale du seul voile intégral serait soumise à de fortes incertitudes juridiques.”) Martinned (Quote)

    The Volokh Conspiracy » What’s Going on With Turkey

  • The incertitudes above-mentioned are objectively confirmed by the fact that On 11 April 2009 the electoral contestant “the Communist Party of the Republic of Moldova” disputed on at the Appeal Court Chisinau the decision reached by the Central Electoral Commission no.

    Global Voices in English » Moldova: Overview of Blog Coverage of the Protests

  • It sounds so much nicer in French: “Une interdiction générale du seul voile intégral serait soumise à de fortes incertitudes juridiques.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » What’s Going on With Turkey

  • Maintenant que le “patriarche” n'est plus, l'on entre dans l'ère des incertitudes et des questionnements.

    Gabon: On President Omar Bongo's death

  • After many incertitudes, after much remorse, after many scruples, I HAVE

    The Paris Sketch Book

  • "It is a symbol of faith," remarked Willis, "that supplies the doubts and incertitudes of reason."

    Willis the Pilot

  • She tries to fix the vacillations [incertitudes] of the father, who, to the misfortune of the family, is no longer master, and – I know not if God wills that I deceive myself, but – I greatly fear that she will be one of the first victims of what is taking place, and my heart is too wrung with that presentiment to allow me to blame her.

    The Ruin of a Princess

  • During this week of incertitudes he rose late, lunched with friends at the Sign of the Indian Chief, a restaurant where the cleverest of them -- and those who were so excitedly sure of their cleverness that for the moment they convinced others as well as themselves -- foregathered daily.

    Black Oxen

  • He disappeared below, leaving his mates facing one another, and more impressed than if they had seen a stone image shed a miraculous tear of compassion over the incertitudes of life and death .....

    The Nigger of the Narcissus

  • After many incertitudes, after much remorse, after many scruples, I HAVE COMPREHENDED THAT I WAS A MARTYR!

    The Paris Sketch Book

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