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uh fur muh tiv lee

  • r  in an affirmative manner

  • In a poll of 1700 respondents, 55% answered affirmatively to the statement, "I was protected from harm by a guardian angel.
  • So we need to get the legal system to go beyond the original acquittal in 1966 and to affirmatively proclaim his innocence and that he was wrongfully imprisoned.
  • When they respond affirmatively, he smiles.
News & Articles

  • And Now Another Poll: Most Americans DISapprove Of Government Spying
    Two days ago, when Pew Research came out with a poll showing that a majority (56%) of Americans replied affirmatively to the question if "the National Security Agency’s (NSA) program tracking the telephone records of millions of Americans is an acceptable way for the government to investigate terrorism," we were disappointed if not shocked. However, what is surprising, is that moments ago Gallup ...
    June 12, 2013 - Zero Hedge

  • Condoleezza Rice in International Herald Tribune
    Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said Bush "has responded affirmatively" to Kosovo's request to establish diplomatic relations.
  • Barack Obama in CNN International
    I can say affirmatively an effective US foreign policy will be based on our ability not only to project power, but also to listen and to build consensus,Obama said.
  • James A Baker III in FOXNews
    One thing I do know and believe very affirmatively, and that is if Iraq was not the center of the war on terror before we went in there, it certainly is now,Baker said.

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