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the fact or condition of being without doubt

a clearly established fact

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j] is thus the set of all certainties gained or what an agent learns between times j and k.
List spotlights 12 Certainties that will transform all careers and give birth to new ones, providing the American workforce with an accurate roadmap for 21(st) century success
Nolan reminded us that more and more people, and especially young people, have given up all the certainties of the past: religious certainties, scientific certainties, cultural certainties, political certainties and historical certainties.
No numerical value was assigned to the high and low certainties.
In this brilliant, tight, 90-minute play, there are no certainties.
We might want to describe some people's certainties as prejudices, but we usually see our own in a positive light.
Education or life experience may teach what Socrates meant: that the only thing to be certain of is that there are no certainties, that there are two sides to every question and more than one road to God, and that the honest admission in any disagreement is: ' .
We long to abolish the unknown and live only with certainties, but our certainties can soon turn to prejudice and intolerance.