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Example Sentences for "affirm"

The government has affirmed its determination to proceed with the legislationThe director has affirmed in writing to me his intention to expand our department and hire additional staff.

The government has affirmed its determination to proceed with the legislation.

The boss replied in the affirmative to my request for an increase to our budget.

The President has reaffirmed this government's faith in the United Nations.

In the year 325, a Christian council at Nicaea affirmed that God the Son and God the Father are of the same substance.

The first chapter of Genesis in the Bible affirms the divine creation of our universe.

The President has reaffirmed his government's determination to improve the economy.

Acting in culturally approved ways serves to affirm people's self-worth.

Startling new evidence from the American visit to Alpha Centauri has affirmed the existence of a world much like our own.

The trade mission went very well, and an affirmative response to our proposal is expected.

The witness nodded affirmatively when asked if she understood the question.

Everything bad that has happened in the last week simply serves to affirm my previous negative opinion of the guy.

With the passing of legislation supporting same-sex marriage, this government has affirmed its commitment to equal rights for all.

John Burroughs once suggested that it is always easier to believe than to deny. Our minds are naturally affirmative.

Henry S. Haskins once said that the time to stop talking is when the other person nods his head affirmatively, but says nothing.


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