TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «UNEQUIVOCABLY»
The term «unequivocably» is used very little and occupies the 152.968
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNEQUIVOCABLY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to unequivocably
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The Big Book of Beastly Mispronunciations: The Complete ...
Watch out for the Major Beastly Mispronunciation UHN-i-KWIV-uh- kuh-blee, in
which a spurious b creeps into the last syllable, making the word sound as if it
were spelled unequivocably. Unequivocally ends in vocally, not vocably, and
Charles Harrington Elster, 2006
A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage
The dictionaries contain only the former, though undaunted lawyers and judges
have written — e.g.: "The court unequivocably [read unequivocally] stated that it
rejected its previous premise."/ "The court would say unequivocably [read ...
Garner's Dictionary of Legal Usage
“The plaintiff in Veliz did not use a specially designed work platform, but rather
stood on the bare forks of the forklift, a practice that Lull had unequivocably [read
unequivocally] warned against.” Sanders v. Lull Int'l Inc., 411F.3d1266,1270 n.6 ...
“Unequivocably referable”: Don't forget that in most courts, the supposed reliance
actions must be shown to have been taken clearly in response to the oral contract
, and not otherwise explainable. This is the “unequivocably referable” ...
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The Large International Firm (RLE International Business)
But if any reader should be under the illusion that economic analysis alone can
arrive at objectively demonstrable and unequivocably 'right' policies, I want
unequivocably to disillusion him. In the petroleum world the men responsible for
Recreational Terror: Women and the Pleasures of Horror Film ...
People are unequivocably good, that is, until they are abducted and enslaved
through a brain implant which compels them to act on behalf of the Martians. The
enslaved humans are perceptibly altered in their demeanor; they are cold and ...
Isabel Cristina Pinedo, 1997
Electrochemistry of Biological Molecules
The type of oxidation that had taken place could usually be unequivocably
determined from the information derived from all these techniques. In the case of
the Cu(II) and Zn(ll) complexes the electrode mechanism could be represented
as —e ...
Garner's Modern American Usage
“Coach Joan Stolarik can say unequivocably [read unequivocally] that her team
will win when Wilson Hunt swims against Wilson Fike.” Tim Stevens, “Two Rival
Wilson Teams, One Coach,” News & Observer (Raleigh), 27 Nov. 1996, at C10.
Party Identification and Beyond: Representations of Voting ...
It thus claimed to be unequivocably in favour of the union with Britain, but also
unequivocably in favour of power-sharing and the Council of Ireland. This
enabled the party to gain a degree of ideological spread and more or less 'engulf'
Ian Budge, Ivor Crewe, Dennis Farlie, 2010