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To become an unambiguous success, however, Coach Vlatko Andonovski needed to see goals.
These images might symbolize many things, but among the unambiguous meanings is work.
Generally, he says most scientists now think it should be used only when the terms are unambiguous, common in the field, not easily replaced by simpler language, and if the words are too long or complex to be consistently written out.
The findings offer “an unambiguous record of not just warmer conditions,” she says.
The answer of formal logic (adopted moreover by Kant and followed in some way by all neo-Kantian logics) is unambiguous.
They are simply the most unambiguous and best defined objects of perception which can be secured to serve as signs.
She presses her suit, looks at him in an unambiguous manner, and "he only owes his virtue to her extraordinary ugliness."
MODERNITIESHORACE BARNETT SAMUEL
Nature can only give a correct and unambiguous answer to the question you put it when it is clearly and distinctly proposed.
THE WONDERS OF LIFEERNST HAECKEL
Not only does our record tell us nothing of courts in unambiguous words, but it hardly has a word that will answer to our court.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
We have books which in unambiguous terms tell us that they bear witness to loans.
DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND

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