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in an unambiguous manner

so as to be unique

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I want to say clearly and unambiguously that I will not run for the president of the Slovak Republic," he noted, but admitted to considering this option.
These are the Quartet principles and theyae1/4aore the principles that Iae1/4aove addressed many times right hereae1/4A* and among that, it includes that any Palestinian government must unambiguously and explicitly commit to non-violenceae1/4A* recognize the state of Israel, accept previous agreements and obligations between the parties, including to disarm terrorists and also commit to peaceful negotiations.
First, it shows for the first time unambiguously the development of the magnetorotational instability in the framework of Einstein's general theory of relativity, in which there exist no analytical criteria to date to predict the instability.
We should decide unambiguously that one agency should handle with economic crimes.
The results show unambiguously that parents are substantially more satisfied with charter schools and the academic and social development of their children who attend compared to public school parents.
In an April 2 ruling, the court reversed the decision of the town's zoning board of adjustment, finding that its zoning ordinance "clearly and unambiguously provides that 'Condominium' is permitted as a right" in the commercial zone.
In its brief, the SEC argues that the securities laws do not define "annuity contract," and that the "Supreme Court has made clear that the only contracts unambiguously covered by that term are the traditional fixed annuities that existed when Section 3(a)(8) was enacted [in 1933].
5% cut, but the discussion was unambiguously dovish.
Goldman combines moral philosophy with practical how-to language to lay out guidelines for building office codes of ethics that unambiguously comply with American laws and precedents set by recent scandals.
by exclusively targeting the Roma minority, this proposal can be unambiguously classified as discriminatory," said the UN's special rapporteur on racism, Doudou Diene.
The statement repeated long-established preconditions for negotiations, including that the Dalai Lama unambiguously recognise Tibet as a part of China.
SIAN PARRI, of Cynghrair Ysgolion a Chefnogwyr (Schools and Supporters Alliance) which represents 51 schools in Gwynedd, said: "We have asked the council to state clearly and unambiguously that the schools reorganisation plan will be put aside.
The Court wrote, "This Court cannot send out a message to the women of this province that their autonomy and personal integrity can be deliberately molested and violated to such a degree as here without unambiguously stern consequences such as proposed by Sandercock for more than the past twenty years and before that time.
Striving to unambiguously define what policymakers and scholars mean be integration, and reveal the forms and effects of current US integration policy, Securing the Future draws upon extensive research and statistics, illustrated by black-and-white graphs, as well as scholarly insight.
However, life extension from calorie restriction has never been unambiguously demonstrated in people.