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Synonyms for categoric

relating to or included in a category or categories

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not modified or restricted by reservations

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AM is traditionally categorized into three levels of specificity: 1) lifetime periods (abstract knowledge about oneself during a given period of time); 2) general memories, which can be categoric (events repeated during a certain period), or extended (events that last more than one day); and 3) specific memories (events occurring at a particular place and time that last less than one day) (Conway & Pleydell-Pearce, 2000).
It's an issue very close to my heart and one that I wanted categoric assurances from the Prime Minister on, and I received [them].
He claimed ANP leaders faced threats from terrorists because of the party's categoric stance against militancy in the province.
The president made his categoric denial at a White House news conference.
That decision spelled the end for final salary schemes, which had ensured retirees a categoric level of income.
The Premier's categoric statement 'Defy the law at your peril' (GDN, October 12) should be an eye-opener for all those trying to hold the peaceful life here as an imaginary question mark over the last many months.
Cage's lawyer, Paul Tweed told the BBC: "My client has secured a complete vindication of his reputation following the publication of a categoric retraction by the MailOnline for what they immediately acknowledged was a completely unfounded and defamatory allegation of tax evasion.
But Fifa boss Sepp Blatter has given a categoric assurance that would never happen and that Wales will always retain their footballing independence.
In order for it to be appropriate it has to be used within acceptable guidelines, which we set down in our review and we're clear and categoric on those.
The categoric assurance will be music to the ears of executives at the Royal, after two reports by MPs recently cast doubt on the effectiveness of the Private Finance Initiative (PFI) which will fund the pounds 451m new hospital.
The heavy falls came despite all three ratings agencies - S&P, Moody's Investors Service and Fitch - reaffirming their triple A ratings for French bonds and a categoric denial of any problems by SocGen.
No categoric statement can currently be made as to whether or not the cloud-brightening scheme would reduce rainfall significantly anywhere over land.
In a foreign ministry statement released on Monday, Tunisia reasserts its categoric rejection of these hostile practices which represent an affront to the international will and a violation of international and humanitarian conventions and resolutions, threatening to further complicate the situation in the region and undermine any hope for peace.
The company, marketed under the brand name Categoric, provides real time information about the status and results of various operations, helps predict issues before they arise and alerts users on exceptions or problems.
The Libyan Foreign Ministry "reiterates in a categoric manner that this very incident has no political dimension, while voicing its firm attachment to pursuing, reinforcing and consolidating the strategic brotherly relations between our two sisterly countries in all fields.