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- adv. In a manner that is not ambiguous; leaving no doubt; clearly; certainly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a manner not ambiguous; without ambiguity; plainly; clearly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unambiguous manner
- adv. so as to be unique
And the title unambiguously states that photography matters as art, which settles one long-debated question at a stroke.
Robert Rubin unambiguously rejects populist economics, the very mindset underpinning the John Kerry campaign.
The current release Watman approves of most unambiguously is Stuart Dybek's I Sailed With Magellan.
The US president stopped short of calling unambiguously for Mubarak to stand down immediately but his comments went further in support of the protesters than his brief statement on Tuesday.
Iran is a country President Bush has called unambiguously evil.
"The debt-ceiling debacle unambiguously translates into an intensification of the already-strong headwinds facing U.S. growth and employment creation."
As Judge Henderson stated in her dissent in Parker, the Miller opinion "unambiguously" set out the Supreme Court's "understanding of the Second Amendment" - that the "militia clause" of the Second Amendment limits the "right to keep and bear arms."
De Klerk stressed the NP "unambiguously" opposed a clause in constitution preventing party members from crossing to other parties, and preventing the formation of a new grouping within parliament.
CP Youth Council leader Donald Pols said the Afrikaner youth wanted to demonstrate "unambiguously" to the Government that the
Adams and Ritchie outgreening each other, Gerry dreaming of being feted by the diaspora and Margaret "unambiguously" for a united Ireland.