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  • After contacting Downing Street, Goldsmith's office told Boyce that an invasion would indeed be "unequivocably" lawful.

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  • Eighty years ago the National Academy Sciences "unequivocably" supported eugenics.

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  • However, when the first quoted sentence is taken in context with the introductory sentence (“I just hate leaving things where I feel I misstated my position. ”), one could give her the benefit of the doubt and not read any such implication into the first sentence — until one reads the second quoted sentence, where the point is made explicitly and unequivocably.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 1. Science, Faith, and Not Ruling Out Possibilities

  • I am also thrilled that a relatively low budget film demonstrates so unequivocably that it is not the budget hello 'Avatar' that creates quality but the scripting,acting, costumes, stage direction and directing abilities of those concerned, as was the case in another of my favorite films, '84 Charing Cross Road'.

    Baftas 2011: The King's Speech sweeps the board

  • Meaning that if a rancher has a couple sheep or calves ripped to shreds in his pen, and its obvious that wolves did it, and he has the wolf/wolves laying dead next to the livestock, it will be unequivocably taken on his word that the wolf/wolves he has dead were the ones that killed his livestock and that he killed the wolf/wolves right then and there.

    On Oregon Ranchers and Wolves

  • Israel responded to a similar challenge on Tuesday when its navy intercepted a French boat of pro-Palestinian activists that challenged its blockade of the Gaza Strip, saying it was unequivocably necessary'' to board the Al Karame after its crew refused to sail toward Israel.

    Turkish Leader Proposes Gaza Visit, Setting Up Possible Clash With Israel

  • There is a clear need for politicians in positionsof leadership from BOTH parties to stand up and call this racism to light, and unequivocably state that it is not acceptable.

    Carter again cites racism as factor in Obama's treatment

  • Furthermore, the Journal came out and unequivocably denied having anything to do with the survey.

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  • I myself ecstatically screamed with joy in my car when I secured the services of a great and esteemed literary agent for my first novel, Minyan, and he stated unequivocably, "We will definitely find a publisher for this book."

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  • Waterboarding, a form of controlled drowning, is "unequivocably torture", said retired Brigadier General David R. Irvine, a former strategic intelligence officer who taught prisoner of war interrogation and military law for 18 years.

    Bush's Glib Waterboarding Admission Sparks Outrage

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