How To Use Unambiguously In A Sentence

  • All trees, both including and excluding gapped regions, found reciprocally monophyletic lineages for M. edulis and M. trossulus, with Baltic alleles falling unambiguously in both the M. edulis and M. trossulus clades.
  • He has not recorded such a consistent display of unambiguously jazzy improvisation since the mid-1970s.
  • If the skin looks great after dermabrasion or plastic surgery but the whites and pupils of the eye look more timeworn, that may make age seem more indefinite, but not unambiguously younger. Shock of Gray
  • The LION database of English poetry has 144 instances of ‘under God’, and quite a few of them seem to me to be unambiguously locative adjuncts modifying noun phrases.
  • That's the silly thing about identity systems, their content is meaningless unless identity is assigned unambiguously and unchangeably at the moment of birth!
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  • If Curiosity has unambiguously detected them, it would force a complete reappraisal. Times, Sunday Times
  • The opposite of secret laws is openly specified, written down laws, and a strong form of that, which subsumes e.g. the rule of lenity and the prohibition on ambiguous criminal laws, is something like: nobody should be convicted of a crime unless it was unambiguously written in a law, which they could (at least in theory) read, that their behavior was criminal. The Volokh Conspiracy » Debating Textualism
  • Suitably chastened, may I humbly entreat him to, unambiguously and without obfuscation, answer a few pertinent questions?
  • It is precisely his tria nomina that signals unambiguously that he is a Roman citizen, whether freed or freeborn (slaves had only one name).
  • Be in no doubt - it would be an unambiguously good thing. Times, Sunday Times
  • In reality, it is often much harder to classify actual systems unambiguously than this simple dichotomy would suggest.
  • No one had unambiguously located such genes in animals more primitive than the jawed vertebrates.
  • It said the document must to'fully and unambiguously reflect the scope of uncertainty' over who is understood to be in charge after an indecisive outcome. Times, Sunday Times
  • So they planned unambiguously, reserving their lives for each other and for the compensations of country-dwelling from which the average country-dweller is barred. Chapter XXV
  • Copyright law is unambiguously hostile to people who swap music files over the Internet.
  • We are unambiguously in the overshot chicago airport limousine but openly it can be univocal that our new polish is nutrition enthrallingly nightmarish and heterogenous and at the ratty foolscap we are vibraphonist pejoratively it wharf footer to be as acarpellous and precooked as landward. Rational Review
  • Pen and paper tend to inhibit the vigour of her views, but in one to one conversation she expresses herself most unambiguously. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
  • It said the document must to'fully and unambiguously reflect the scope of uncertainty' over who is understood to be in charge after an indecisive outcome. Times, Sunday Times
  • The opposite of secret laws is openly specified, written down laws, and a strong form of that, which subsumes e.g. the rule of lenity and the prohibition on ambiguous criminal laws, is something like: nobody should be convicted of a crime unless it was unambiguously written in a law, which they could at least in theory read, that their behavior was criminal. The Volokh Conspiracy » Debating Textualism
  • To Jack, Chris was not "jam-full of contradictions" but unambiguously treacherous.
  • The noble falling fourths, echoed by the piano, re-establish the tonic key unambiguously.
  • I left out the ad-hoc pronunciations for "pasta" because I don't know how to do it unambiguously, "serviette" because I don't know how to show /3:/ without implying rhoticity, and "napkin" because it's too bloody obvious -: languagehat.com: TRAI(T).
  • The main theme is that the duties and responsibilities of each person in the organization are unambiguously defined.
  • Haplotypes usually have to be estimated from the genotype data, with random assignation whenever the haplotype cannot be inferred unambiguously.
  • To be humane is an unambiguously good thing. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, in relaxed myofibrils, it was unclear whether each Tmod striation could be unambiguously resolved into separate thin filament profiles.
  • Endo is now being cited for the "clear statement rule" -- that in order to detain American citizens, the political branches must authorize such detention unambiguously. Is That Legal?: Japanese American internment Archives
  • As late as December, 1997 he was prating to MPs about the need for water in Scotland ‘to remain unambiguously in public ownership and to be clearly democratically accountable’.
  • It unambiguously raises the effective cost of employment for minimum wage jobs.
  • Even when Mr Obama has been unambiguously apologetic, his opponents often quote him out of context.
  • Relevant theories are not developed to the point where they can be unambiguously tested against observations.
  • Stalking customers after they signal their intentions unambiguously is a wheeze to hold on to someone who has taken a lot of trouble to break free.
  • Nor were all these changes unambiguously for the better.
  • Since individual univalents or bivalents in some nuclei may lie too close to each other to be resolved unambiguously, this method underestimates the frequency of achiasmate chromosomes.
  • It is therefore possible to unambiguously assign a vehicle to each ticket.
  • In each case it was not possible unambiguously to align portions of the extreme amino and carboxyl termini of the sequences.
  • The blocky, black, businesslike appearance of the stock pistol has been replaced by a two-tone visage that testifies unambiguously to extensive alteration.
  • We can unambiguously conclude that there is a situation in which voluntarily oriented attention subserves feature integration when tested with multiple search items.
  • It said the document must to'fully and unambiguously reflect the scope of uncertainty' over who is understood to be in charge after an indecisive outcome. Times, Sunday Times
  • We have shown that phase-sensitive specular neutron reflectometry can be used to determine accurately and unambiguously the SLD depth profiles of biomimetic membranes with a resolution in the subnanometer range.
  • The justices stated unambiguously that Quebec has no legal right to secede unilaterally and that only a process of constitutional amendment can change Quebec's legal status within confederation.
  • But he was not an unambiguously good model. The Times Literary Supplement
  • What makes this hypothetical unusual and unrealistic is the unambiguously objective manifestation of intent in the advertisement.
  • Only unambiguously aligned positions were considered in phylogenetic analyses.
  • To clinch the argument, we needed a fossil that unambiguously showed a nonavian dinosaur with a feathery body covering.
  • The reported information was of a factual nature, and so could be unambiguously coded.
  • And what they celebrated, unambiguously, was their own content.
  • Second, the results of standard cladistic biogeographic analyses, which may combine groups of different ages, cannot be unambiguously attributed to any particular cause.
  • Second, cheap oil is unambiguously good for European consumers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Where the moral formation of a people is deficient, the general will malign, or historical circumstance unpropitious, democracy is quite unambiguously wicked in its results.
  • Unfortunately, our modern consciousness wants to hypostatize nature - to grasp clearly and unambiguously what this ‘thing’ is so that we can preserve it.
  • I explicitly and unambiguously said the opposite.
  • In the Anglo-Saxon legal tradition women were unambiguously bearers of such rights, whether as heiresses - in the absence of male heirs - or by right of marriage or as the beneficiaries of gifts.
  • With the Scherzo we are back to bare unisons and octaves, though now assertive, but the G with which the music starts makes the key unambiguously clear as C major.
  • They are accepted as an equivocal thing at worst, sometimes as unambiguously good. Times, Sunday Times
  • The FSA also needs to make sure that it sets out its expectations clearly and unambiguously, which does not always happen. Times, Sunday Times
  • We could ascribe unambiguously the content of each spermathecae to either of the two mates for only 12 females.
  • The other question is whether the impact of cheap oil on the global economy will be so unambiguously good. Times, Sunday Times
  • Whether he be freeborn or a freed slave, Atistia's husband unambiguously constructs his identity, as well as his wife's identity, more generally as a Roman citizen on the monument's eastern facade.
  • The trouble is that, since Lacan rejects both a biological account of how any erotogenic zone establishes itself (passim) and also a developmental account of how one zone succeeds another (Four Fundamental Concepts, p. 64), he is prevented from making the necessary distinctions which will allow us to see unambiguously whether he agrees with his predecessors or whether he thinks of the eye and the ear as erotogenic zones in their own right. Lacan: An Exchange
  • Being known as a bluffer, however, is an unambiguously bad thing. The Reality-Based Community
  • To unambiguously cover cases of retrodiction, the assumption is better put in terms of the unobserved resembling, in relevant respects, the observed.
  • The double bond positions of 11 conjugated trienes were unambiguously located through a simple derivatization method amenable to nanogram-scale analyses.

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