"We have made it unequivocally clear that we have no problems sending Mr. Jiménez to Guatemala, but we feel a plan is not in place."
Cecilia's longing for a completely Catholic identity leads her to marry Paul O'Rourke, a Boston doctor who is "unequivocally clear as to his purpose on earth - to save the poor."
However, the SED leadership made it unequivocally clear that its foreign policy, including relations with West Germany, would remain closely coordinated with Moscow's.
"It is unequivocally clear," Judge Conboy wrote in a 70-page decision, "that the action taken by the university was constitutionally impermissible."
"I'm a lawyer, and I've made unequivocally clear that I'm not a public representative, I'm not a political mouthpiece."
We will be unequivocally clear about what we find and are well aware that we are working in the context of economic pressures and a dearth of public funds.
At last His message will be unequivocally clear, he told himself, once I make sure the press gets it right.
It is made unequivocally clear that the courier is at no liberty to refuse this mission and shall expect his own death should he fail.
Our fair rates proposals make the situation unequivocally clear.
You will make certain that this message is unequivocally clear to your government, Ambassador.