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It was reiterated in unequivocal terms that comprehensive strategy will be followed by the Armed Forces to combat the terrorist threat being faced by the country.
The minister called on all sides to assume their patriotic duties, voice a clear and unequivocal stance and urge a total renunciation of violence.
Gideon Saar, following my unequivocal words to my students, condemning the 43 year-old occupation and rule over the life of the Palestinian people.
He said that Pakistan was deeply concerned by the Israeli blockade of Gaza in violation of international humanitarian law and that "we will continue extending unequivocal support to the legitimate cause of Palestinians".
We hope that an unequivocal answer is given on October 1," he added, referring to next week s meeting between Iran and six major world powers involved in negotiating over the the nuclear dispute.
To tell the truth, it is difficult to discover an undeniable, unequivocal definition for the camp experience.
When asked why the company had decided to sell, Hammer was unequivocal.
Only when our Government and Parliament give unequivocal support to marriage and argue for its promotion can we begin to tackle the root of so many social ills.
There must be a categoric and unequivocal statement that Good Hope's status as a major accident and emergency hospital, serving our area is non-negotiable and that Good Hope will remain a free standing hospital not managed as part of some other entity," he said His comments follow a meeting with Graham Comfort, chairman of Good Hope Hospital, and temporary chief executive Dr Mark Goldman.
And despite years of peace talks and accords, this unequivocal disengagement of the Gaza Strip is the first sign to the world that it might actually happen.
If this document is genuine - and I notice the Foreign Secretary Jack Straw didn't deny that when he was asked about it this morning - then it shows that this was far from unequivocal, that there had been reservations.
The county council now wants the Government to issue an unequivocal statement about its position on interceptor missiles, continue dialogue with local people and ensure full and proper consultation about any future proposals.
The Prime Minister insisted yesterday that there must be a 'complete and unequivocal end to violence' by paramilitaries in Northern Ireland if the power-sharing executive is to be restored.
We have unequivocal data to show that sidestream smoke is dangerous to people with asthma.
And then, of course, there is the Treaty of Tripoli (June 10, 1797), passed unanimously by the Senate and signed by President John Adams, which contained the unequivocal statement, "The government of the United States is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion.