conclusively conclusively  /kən ˈklu sɪv li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a conclusive way

News

  1. NBA system is flawed (Speaking of Sports)

    So it’s now been proven conclusively that NBA players can choose to stack any team of their choosing and win consecutive NBA titles.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The Morning Journal

  2. Jim Ingraham's iChart: Buddy system doesn't cast NBA in positive light

    So it's now been proven conclusively NBA players can choose to stack any team of their choosing and win consecutive NBA titles.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: The News-Herald

  3. At age 64, Fontana resident proves that it is never too late to get a college degree

    A long-time Fontana resident has demonstrated conclusively that it's never too late to get a college degree. After graduating from Fontana High School in 1967, Steve Justice attended Cal State San Bernardino.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Fontana Herald News

Quotes

  1. Following the Supreme Court ruling, Miguel Estrada, representing Mr Black, said: "We are confident the lower courts will quickly conclude that the errors that the Supreme Court has now conclusively found tainted every aspect of this case. We look...
    on Jun 24, 2010 By: Miguel Estrada Source: BBC News

  2. "The FDA should be insisting on a zero-tolerance policy for melamine in domestic infant formula until it is able to determine conclusively based on sound independent science that the trace levels would not pose a health risk to infants," DeLauro...
    on Nov 25, 2008 By: Rosa DeLauro Source: Houston Chronicle

  3. "Fiscal policy can stimulate economic activity, but a sustained recovery will also require a comprehensive plan to stabilize the financial system and restore normal flows of credit," Bernanke said. "History demonstrates conclusively that a...
    on May 23, 2006 By: Ben Bernanke Source: Chicago Tribune

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