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Congress should have had the nerve to outlaw the practice in unambivalent terms.
Younger parents aren't sure that an unambivalent appreciation of America is the right thing to teach modern children.
To the truly unambivalent, however, caveats like these just amount to too much information.
Moreover, he shares this unambivalent attitude toward success with millions around the country.
Over time, she became "a savvy and apparently unambivalent shopper in the service mall."
But Marko Chestnut preferred summer mornings with their strong and unambivalent light.
Stephen Joyce's anger is palpable, his position is unambivalent.
The protesters and all Syrians who yearn for freedom are unambivalent in their call for international intervention.
The empty rooms in the magnificent old building, the unambivalent woodwork and brick, and the silence were a comfort.
Too many would-be Tory supporters are not being offered the unambivalent Conservative policies for which they yearn.
Ungaro designs for the woman who is unambivalent about her femininity, or at least does not wish to explore such issues through her clothes.
Psychologically, Henin plays unambivalent, totally committed tennis.
"If the Arab League had sent troops in, I think people would have been completely unambivalent about it," Zogby said.
Walt Disney's picture of American progress was, of course, unabashedly optimistic, and largely unambivalent about entitlement.
It's an unambivalent statement."
The book is unambivalent about Mrs. Von Stein's innocence, but hometown gossips are not.
Without an unfettered, unambivalent willingness to "push the button", the entire array of preparations and military deployments was merely an elaborate bluff.
Professor Grayling, the president elect of the British Humanist Association, is unambivalent about the biblical mission of his work.
Jay Gatsby has been renamed Summer G, and he is a record producer with an unambivalent position about diamonds and shantung.
An unambivalent Commons vote would strengthen Mr Cameron’s hand at the treaty renegotiation that must inevitably follow the sovereign debt crisis.
In contrast to Seth, however, he enjoyed an unambivalent surfer-boy adolescence, heading to the beach with his board each morning and dreaming of competing on the professional circuit.
Though John Rosemond's posture is stooped - think John Lithgow on a bad-back day - his manner is straightforward, unambivalent.
We shall have to call upon our Union to pursue a clear and unambivalent policy not just towards Republika Srpska within Bosnia, but also in Serbia itself.
With Matt Walker of Filter sitting in on drums, the Smashing Pumpkins are a changed band: full-tilt, unambivalent arena-rockers, walloping one riff after another.
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