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not conditional

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not modified or restricted by reservations

not contingent

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The secretary tendered unconditional apology and submitted that he respected judiciary and could not think of insulting it.
All too often, as parents become worried about the child's future, anxiety enters in and transmits itself so that kids themselves feel pressure to perform and alleviate such cares - almost as if to recreate the original, natural and unconditional flow of affection.
Although unconditional love is the most steadfast and the truest form of love, even this kind of love can fail if only one person exhibits it in a relationship.
On Friday evening, the Congress, in a letter written to Najeeb Jung, offered outside and unconditional support for the P to form the next government.
Birmingham City University (BCU) is introducing unconditional offers - awarding places to students based on predicted grades rather than A-level results - for the first time for students applying to study there from September 2014.
Professor Bashir Makhoul, Pro-Vice Chancellor for academic portfolio and market development at BCU, said the university had been considering introducing unconditional offers for some time.
Their perspectives are a thin blue line through the heart of every cop, integrity as the basis of unconditional respect, unconditional respect as the tactical edge of officer safety, hearing and listening, anima-based leadership, whether disgust matters, from noble peace officers to 911 reactionary force, the building of character, and animating culture.
Hamed is talking about khol'a, or the law of unconditional divorce, which was passed in 2000 and grants women the right to get a divorce if she gives up her financial rights.
Red Bull Racing and Toro Rosso have also confirmed their loyalty to the Formula One Teams' Association, despite the FIA granting them an unconditional entry.
A SOUTH Wales college is celebrating its most successful year with almost half of its graduates receiving unconditional offers for top US universities and 13 more set for Oxbridge.
He was granted unconditional bail until September 13.
For when I think of my grandmother and the relationship we had, the words and feelings of unconditional love come to mind.
In Erickson Post, because there was an unconditional obligation to repay at the time of the agreement, the Tax Court held that the amounts Amoco advanced constituted a loan.
He concludes by stressing Unconditional Self Acceptance (USA) as the basis for healthy relationships with others, along with "Unconditional Other-Acceptance" (UOA) and a total philosophy of life anchored in "Unconditional Life-Acceptance" (ULA).
The transfer is treated as a loan if there is an unconditional obligation to repay it.