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They are marginal fights over ambiguities on the edges, rather than fundamental challenges that impact the way hundreds of millions of Americans will cast their ballots — or even most Pennsylvanians.
“As it relates to just sheer buying of college football, it’s a slow marketplace, primarily because of the uncertainty and ambiguity,” said Larry Mann, head of media at sports marketing agency rEvolution.
Now, if people queue to board the train, you have a mechanism where the ambiguity of when you will board the train is replaced by “the first in line is the first to board.”
Because when you first get to know someone or something, there’s a lot of ambiguity.
In case of ambiguity, the one known to have been published by Harper & Brothers in or before 1872 was assumed.
I can only hope that your reply will avoid any ambiguity, and for your further enlightenment I may inform you that I am annoyed.
This certitude admits no hesitation, no ambiguity; it is absolute; as soon as it has obtained assent, it remains immutable.
It is the ambiguity of language only which can make this proposition appear either doubtful or paradoxical.
Such attempts are necessary in a time of transition, but they involve a measure of obscurity and ambiguity.
The reference may sometimes be implicit; but, whenever there is a chance of ambiguity, it should be explicitly made.
SUPPLY AND DEMANDHUBERT D. HENDERSON

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