Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Renewed affirmation; a repeated affirmation.

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  • noun An act of reaffirming; a second or subsequent affirmation.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun renewed affirmation

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Examples

  • The hallmark of this reaffirmation is the project of curing Victor Frankensteina plot development that highlights one of the singularities of Mary Shelley's novel, the absence in it of any recognition that Victor needs to be cured.

    Patriarchal Fantasy and the Fecal Child in Mary Shelley's _Frankenstein_ and its Adaptations

  • The document was touted as a "reaffirmation" of a 2006 APA resolution on psychology and national security, and was purportedly aimed "Against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment and Its Application to Individuals Defined in the United States Code as 'Enemy Combatants'".

    APA on the Road to Damascus?

  • I experienced a similar kind of reaffirmation this past month when I stood in front of the world-renowned, ancient Mayan observatory at Chichen Itza, on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula.

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  • Both companies also failed on several occasions to provide valid "reaffirmation" of a contract signed at the door, which is required by law and is done through a follow-up phone call to the customer.

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  • Also, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, called for the "reaffirmation" of the 2001 conference's final document so that "we can hope to alleviate the plight of countless victims of racism."

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  • She was fully aware that such a "reaffirmation" is a primary hurdle to U.S. participation in Durban II - because the 2001 document's list of "victims of racism" includes "the plight of the Palestinian people under foreign occupation."

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  • However, you should be especially careful about talking with your old creditors because they may attempt to maneuver you into signing a "reaffirmation" of your old debt.

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  • The lawmakers created a procedure called "reaffirmation" of debts or an order by the Bankruptcy court stating that a certain debt will survive the bankruptcy and remain in effect.

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  • Especially at times like these, music offers the kind of reaffirmation the world so urgently seeks, and we are honored to be a force through the musical gifts we offer. "

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  • Especially at times like these, music offers the kind of reaffirmation the world so urgently seeks, and we are honored to be a force through the musical gifts we offer. "

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