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Historical Examples

I propose to ask your attention for a little while to some propositions in affirmance of that statement.
The Papers And Writings Of Abraham Lincoln, Volume Five Abraham Lincoln

He confessed just before the Court of Appeals filed its opinion of affirmance in your case.
The Red Mouse William Hamilton Osborne

The affirmance of these powers by the Supreme Court in 1912 is described at p. 586, infra.
Railroads: Rates and Regulations William Z. Ripley

It demanded the affirmance of the oft-repeated declaration that there should be no more slave States admitted into the Union.
Robert Toombs Pleasant A. Stovall

It required not the affirmance, and could not be negatived, by the state governments.
The Life of John Marshall Volume 4 of 4 Albert J. Beveridge

Tom, though against all form of law, rejoined in affirmance of the words.
The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling Henry Fielding

The Attorney-General supported Mr. Walpole in affirmance of this principle.
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. XI. (of 12) Edmund Burke

The action of the present Houses, moreover, is an affirmance of their right to eliminate the false votes from the true.
The Electoral Votes of 1876 David Dudley Field

The General paused for the effect, solemnly nodding his head at his astounded auditors in affirmance.
True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney’s Office Arthur Train


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    a person who . Historical Examples affirmant multi moralistae qui inseminationem requirant talem impotentem. Essays In Pastoral Medicine Austin Malley The burthen of proof lies upon the affirmant: and the proof produced must be open to the scrutiny of every dissentient. Plato and the Other Companions of Sokrates, 3rd ed. Volume I (of 4) George […]

  • Affirmation

    the act or an instance of ; state of being . the assertion that something exists or is true. something that is ; a statement or proposition that is declared to be true. confirmation or ratification of the truth or validity of a prior judgment, decision, etc. Law. a solemn declaration accepted instead of a […]

  • Affirmative

    or assenting; asserting the truth, validity, or fact of something. expressing agreement or consent; assenting: an affirmative reply. positive; not negative. Logic. noting a proposition in which a property of a subject is , as “All men are happy.”. something that or asserts; a positive statement or proposition; . a reply indicating assent, as Yes […]

  • Affirmative action

    the encouragement of increased representation of women and minority-group members, especially in employment. Contemporary Examples From same-sex marriage and voting rights to affirmative action, a look at the controversial cases to come. Adam Winkler: The High Court’s Coming Land Mines Adam Winkler September 29, 2012 Evans believes that “it puts us a hundred years behind […]

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