- n a statement asserting the existence or the truth of something
- That quick avowal has led most French commentators and political insiders to believe that Strauss-Kahn will emerge from the scandal intact as long as no abuse of power is .
- And despite Sarkozy's avowal in December that state "coffers are empty," the presidency also announced new handouts for retirees receiving minimal pensions a demographic .
- Perhaps even more daring is his avowal of old-fashioned formalism, of books "that are rigorously and symmetrically constructed, with a definite beginning and a definite end, that .
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Why Katherine, coming off a second-place finish in the Grade 3 Royal North Stakes at six furlongs on the turf, looms as the one to beat Sunday in the $100,000 Avowal Stakes.
Aug. 31, 2013 - Daily Racing Form
- Woodbine notes: Why Katherine, adding blinkers, looks good in Avowal
ETOBICOKE, Ontario – Why Katherine, coming off a second-place finish in the Grade 3 Royal North Stakes at six furlongs on the turf, looms as the one to beat here Sunday in the $100,000 Avowal Stakes.
Aug. 30, 2013 - Daily Racing Form
- Pascal Bruckner in The Guardian
Our superiority complex has taken refuge in the perpetual avowal of our sins,writes Bruckner, "a strange way of inflating our puny selves to global dimensions."
- Frank-Walter Steinmeier in Daily Times
The visit to France is an avowal of the closeness of the German-French partnership,new Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told German television on Tuesday.
- John McCain in Earthtimes
In a December interview with the Boston Herald, McCain said, "I looked into Putin's eyes and I saw three letters: K, G and B.The comment was a play on US President George W Bush's notorious avowal that looking into the same eyes, he saw Putin's...