unequivocable

unequivocable

(ˌʌnɪˈkwɪvəkəbəl)
adj
another word for unequivocal
ˌuneˈquivocably adv
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Gordon further pointed out that Sections 6(e), (f) and (n) of RA 9369 were clear and unequivocable in mandating the use of the VVPAT and that it was not up to the Comelec whether or not to implement it.
1993) (reversing an imposition of sanctions against the plaintiff, stating that "[a]n unasserted defense is no defense at all," implying that an unequivocable affirmative defense (unlike the one at issue in the case) would warrant sanctions).
Le sujet, dit Copjec, n'est pas a la recherche d'une verite a decouvrir, il ne peut miser sur aucun fait sans equivoque << because no fact exists outside a signifying chain and no signifier is unequivocable >> (1995: 67).
The world's leading scientists - 2,500 eminent men and women from 130 countries - yesterday issued an unequivocable warning that the Earth is getting hotter .
I don't pretend to be aware of the affable Aussie's role (if any) in Ruddock's departure, but it is fair to surmise that there are one or two folk out there who believe his backing for his boss was not as unequivocable as it should have been.
As far as the question of secession of a particular section of a State is concerned, the United Nations attitude is unequivocable.
Those hard-core supporters have been a good judge of quality over the years they were chanting their unequivocable verdict well before Lee Mills scored City's second goal of the night to crown one of their best team performances of the season.
A Levi spokeswoman said: "The court ruled that goods from outside the European economic area cannot be imported without the unequivocable consent of the trademark owner, and we think that is the right decision.
That each person has a right to health care and research is unequivocable.
Hawkes thereby gives his readers his first unequivocable happy ending.
As he had previously done with cinema, Orwell dwells upon the images of the telescreen showing in a precise and unequivocable manner its function and purpose.