reaffirmation


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Synonyms for reaffirmation

renewed affirmation

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Ambassador Sohail further stressed the need for reaffirmation of enhanced international support to LDCs, strengthening of global development partnership, fulfilment of international commitments and greater trade and investment flows through improved market access.
Alford Ottley, for championing the entire reaffirmation of accreditation process.
In an interview following the signing, Tugade said not many groups, organizations or government offices do a reaffirmation pledge because going into it is binding.
Le message royal a la conference des ambassadeurs, une reaffirmation de la conception novatrice de SM le Roi en matiere de politique etrangere du Royaume (Amrani)
recommended replacing reaffirmation with ride-through, but it later
Moody's emphasised in its ratings report that GIB's solid capital base, asset quality and the improvement of its funding profile have contributed to the reaffirmation of these credit ratings.
The Chairman of Al Baraka Turk Participation Bank, Adnan Ahmed Yousif, said, "The reaffirmation of Al Baraka Turk Participation Bank's ratings by S&P is a considerable accomplishment and points to its strength as an institution that has shown significant flexibility in these times of financial and political uncertainty across the world.
The company president and chief executive officer, Larry Lee, said, 'The reaffirmation of our borrowing base and the availability remaining under our revolving credit facility provide an important degree of liquidity and flexibility.
A reaffirmation agreement is a postpetition agreement between an individual chapter 7 debtor and a creditor in which the debtor agrees to pay the prepetition debt and retain the property under the terms of the original security agreement between the debtor and creditor.
Reaffirmation agreements between debtors and creditors are required, by law, to formally disclose to debtors the terms of the agreement, such as the amount of debt reaffirmed.
Several gum-bumping roasters missed the concept of an acoustic gig, shamefully hollering during the two-and-a-half hour performance, but this raw and passionate turn was as much a reaffirmation for veteran fans as it was for the man himself.
Corporate leaders, she writes, must change their own culture before they change that of their companies, and it all starts with a reaffirmation to integrity.
It is about hard times, tough questions, wavering of faith, and finally reaffirmation.
David Dreier, R-Glendora, ``It would be safe to say that the outcome of the Bilbray race was a reaffirmation of the correctness of the House position on security of our borders.