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If this limited deal does pass, it’s likely they’ll abruptly pivot to an affirmative economic message, suddenly extolling all they’re doing for the recovery.
Flowers studied history and political science in college between leading marches and attending protests over wrongful convictions and to promote affirmative action.
My own mind was fully made up on that point, and affirmatively so.
PARASITEST. SPENCER COBBOLD
She repeated the phrases over after him, affirmatively, with an emphasis which I never heard surpassed.
I have answered this affirmatively before, and proved it; one grain of grace would answer it better than arguments can do.
Soto and Vasquez, casuists of great name, had denied this; Grotius however determines it affirmatively.
I was about replying to him affirmatively, when his words arrested my attention.
Affirmatively, the voice vibrates with the individual message.
EXPRESSIVE VOICE CULTUREJESSIE ELDRIDGE SOUTHWICK
The Celtic practice is to repeat the inflected verb of the question, affirmatively or negatively, in the necessary person.
M. Regnard says affirmatively, that the grey squirrels of Lapland are the same animals as the French squirrels.
BUFFON'S NATURAL HISTORY. VOLUME VII (OF 10)GEORGES LOUIS LECLERC DE BUFFON

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