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admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding

clearly defined or formulated

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She was piqued at Betts Shoreham's indifference, had known her present admirer several months, if dancing in the same set can be called KNOWING, and had never been made love to before, at least in a manner so direct and unequivocal. The young man had tact enough to discover that he had an advantage, and fearful that some one might come in and interrupt the tete a tete, he magnanimously resolved to throw all on a single cast, and come to the point at once.
The Pilgrims of Plymouth obtained their right of possession to the territory on which they settled, by titles as fair and unequivocal as any human property can be held.
"The thing is but a trifle, and what you may often see if you tarry long among us," returned the scout, a good deal softened toward the man of song, by this unequivocal expression of gratitude.
Her appearance startled the youth, who at first made an unequivocal motion toward retiring, but, recollecting himself, bowed, by lifting his cap, and resumed his attitude of leaning on his rifle.
Like the art it houses, the building has its occasional silly, gestural moments (the zinc clad canopies on angular supports, for instance) but both in conception and execution it embodies an unequivocal Danish commitment to contemporary culture.
Canon Frayling holds fast to his belief that reconciliation cannot come about without repentance, and that Britain must lead the way with unequivocal apology for the evils suffered by Ireland's divided communities--both Nationalists and Loyalists--as a result of British policy down the centuries.
Relying on the ever-present poll takers, they are counting on the indifference of Catholics and others to the unequivocal teachings of our religious leaders that, above all else, we respect the dignity of all human persons.
The language is clear and relatively unequivocal, the agency no longer attempting (often futilely) to duck controversy by hiding behind vague and ambiguous terms.
If a plant can be expected to generate a 2-percent rate of return on investment over the long term, while lending the money out to the government would reap a 10-percent return, the shareholders' verdict is unequivocal: the plant deserves summary execution.
Summary: Amritsar (Punjab) [India], Apr 12 (ANI): Rejecting the regret expressed by British Prime Minister Theresa May as inadequate, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday demanded an unequivocal official apology from Britain for the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, whose centenary is being observed on Saturday.
Pakistan reiterates its unequivocal condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and reaffirms its commitment for unrelenting efforts for eliminating this menace.
He expressed heartfelt condolences to the families of those who lost their lives and prayed for early recovery of the injured.The spokesperson reiterated Pakistan's unequivocal condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and reaffirmed its commitment for unrelenting efforts for eliminating the menace.
Archbishop Loris Capovila, secretary of the then-nuncio in France, said in the daily Avvenire on January 4, 2005 that the "attitude of the French Church and of Nuncio Roncalli was unequivocal: to save the lives of defenceless children, to give them safety with Catholic families who could care for them as their own children, and to return the little ones to their original families once the latter had come forward."
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.
Da Costa was unequivocal about the safety of the bacteria, asserting.