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- adv. In an unequivocal or unambiguous manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unequivocal manner.
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- adv. in an unambiguous manner
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He answers the question in his title unequivocally: the global influence of the emerging economies is growing but they are not even close to threatening a world order dominated by the US.
And I said, First you must clear my name unequivocally.
He supported Saddam Hussein unequivocally even when Saddam was gassing Kurds.
However, Thn! ardier r ecognizes Fauchelevent for who he unequivocally is as good as decides to trap him.
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We conclude, then, that there must be a single identical term unequivocally predicable of a number of individuals.
I wish to take this opportunity to declare this again unequivocally, and beg that my distinguished audience will bear this fact in mind.
Some Catholic prelates and religious orders, including the Jesuits, used slaves to cultivate their land in 19th century America although the encyclical In Supremo Apostolatus called unequivocally for the suppression of the slave trade.
If Gideon Levy is truly interested in justice and human rights, then call unequivocally and immediately for good faith measures: an internationally monitored cease-fire and peace, for Israel to be a single state with equal human rights for all its citizens, acceptance of the right of return, elimination of all racist laws, full reparations, and a sincere apology to the Palestinian people.
Don't miss the excellent Toby Harnden's interview with Norman Podhoretz in today's Daily Telegraph in which the US conservative guru - an adviser to, amongst many others Rudy Giuliani - calls unequivocally for military action against Iran.