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Definition of the adverb unequivocally
What does unequivocally mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- in an unambiguous manner
- example: she stated her intentions unequivocally
- synonym of unequivocally: unambiguously
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Encyclopedia of Dinosaurs (1997)
by Philip J. Currie, Kevin Padian
unequivocally positive, (ii) equivocal, or (iii) unequivocally negative inferences. The unequivocally positive condition means that the function/structure postulation is in concordance with both the sister group and the second outgroup (Fig. 9a); for example, the phylogenetic inference of protective role (defense against attackers or against water loss from the body) of horny scutes (which cover the surface ...
Volume 42 - Supplement 7: The Albert I Royal Library to The United Nations Bibliographic Information System (UNBIS) by Allen Kent
Decoding would become more difficult, because now partitioning the message by an exact number of symbols is not possible, The codes themselves would have to indicate unequivocally the exact partition. Fano's method for developing a confusionless code ...
by Bryan A. Garner
"The court unequivocably [read unequivocally] stated that it rejected its previous premise."/ "The court would say unequivocably [read unequivocally] that this case has been well tried by excellent attorneys." Even great writers err on this point: "Eastern systems (Hinduism and Buddhism) do not pronounce unequivocably [read unequivocally] and absolutely against suicide." Glanville ...
by G. Johannes Botterweck, Helmer Ringgren, Heinz-Josef Fabry
Such statements are made unequivocally ...
by Neil J. Salkind
When an experiment is said to be internally valid, a direct causal relationship between the independent and dependent variables is demonstrated unequivocally. This is in contrast to external validity, which is the generalizabilty of results across different experimental settings. This entry outlines several types of extraneous variables that may jeopardize the internal validity of research in educational psychology. Threats to Internal Validity If an experiment extends over a long period of ...
by Michael Werner
The official state rhetoric that aims to describe Mexican history as a shining, unbroken struggle between the unequivocally good, progressive Liberals and the unequivocally bad, reactionary Conservatives has enthroned Ayutla as a heroic, radically “liberal” movement, on par with the actions of José María Morelos, Miguel Hidalgo y Cotilla, Emiliano Zapata, and Venustiano Carranza, and the ideological wellspring for the political and socially activity of the post- Revolutionary Partido ...
The Lyotard Dictionary (2011)
by Stuart Sim
The argument is that there is no longer any credible legitimating discourse that holds over time enabling us to decide unequivocally what is true or false, and that what counts as knowledge is in a constant state of flux. That, essentially, is the ' postmodern condition', and for Lyotard it is an exciting and socio-politically radicalising state to be in, where authority is always being challenged and institutional power undermined. The problem is, however, that those who control most of the ...
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Obama had the audacity to say, 'I have unequivocally prohibited the use of torture by the United States.' Ladies and gentlemen, torture in the United States has always been illegal. (Rush Limbaugh)
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Scrabble value of U1N1E1Q10U1I1V4O1C3A1L1L1Y4
The value of this 13-letter word is 30 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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