Prepositions after "affirm"

"affirm in" or "affirm by"?

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In 34% of cases affirm in is used

You take issue with scholastic, decretal theology that is affirmed in Westminster.

And secondly, that the right of New Zealanders to vote in free, fair, and genuine elections is itself affirmed in the BORA.

An affidavit to be used before any Court other than High Court Division under this section may be sworn or affirmed in the manner prescribed in section 539, or before any Magistrate.

The same principle is affirmed in the following verses: Until when death overtakes one of them, he says: Send me back, my Lord, send me back, haply I may do good in that which I have left.

In 28% of cases affirm by is used

The statement is affirmed by the Spirit.

Vodafone asserted its position of no dues after it was affirmed by Supreme Court, which ruled in its favour.

He who is grasped by this power is able to affirm himself because he knows that he is affirmed by the power of being-itself.

If the opposition to the mandate to pay for others contraceptives and abortions is not affirmed by the courts up to the SCOTUS.

That there can be a theoretical jurisprudence embodying the principles that are basic to any legal systems is plainly affirmed by Salmond.

Cosgrave's opening speech to the League's Assembly given on 10 September 1923, heralded the sovereignty of the Free State as affirmed by its membership.

His conviction and sentence were affirmed by numerous state and federal courts, including the US Supreme Court, a total of at least 20 different independent judges.

The growth and development of the China Aviation Oil won the community has been widely praised, and more fully affirmed by the Chinese Government and the Government of Singapore.

In 9% of cases affirm to is used

I created an affirmation so I could affirm to my mind what was happening to my body.

If marriage is redefined, then that is what we are going to have to teach and affirm to our children and in our schools.

In 4% of cases affirm at is used

A central campaigning demand of ' Right to Work ' is a 35 hour week with no loss of pay, as affirmed at the 2010 conference.

In 4% of cases affirm on is used

Most of Oyewole's judgments have been affirmed on appeal and even the few ones that had been sent back for retrial, were eventually decided the same way he had initially adjudged them.

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