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reaffirmation

noun absolute assertion, affirmance, approval, authentication, confirmation, declaration, formal declaration in support or against, pronouncement, ratification, statement, substantiation, swearing, validation, verification
Associated concepts: bankruptcy, reaffirmation agreement
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For Pillar College, this reaffirmation extends beyond the accreditation process itself," commented Provost Dan Wright.
Objectives / Deliverables Normative reaffirmation ballot : Sep 2013
benefits both debtors and creditors compared with reaffirmation.
Al Baraka Turk Participation Bank's Board Member and General Manager Fahrettin YahE-i said, "The rating reaffirmation indicates the success of Al Baraka Turk in pursuing growth and development in all of its business lines despite the challenging market conditions both domestic and international.
The prolonged economic downturn has raised a number of significant issues for consumer debtors in regards to "ride-through" and reaffirmation.
The "why" lies in the distinct differences between a revision and a reaffirmation.
It is equally important that schools enforce standards of educational excellence at every grade level, In the absence of an unflinching, daily reaffirmation of standards of educational excellence, the structural disadvantages common to many public schools--the poorly paid and underqualified teachers, the crumbling facilities--inevitably begin to encroach on, and then to corrupt, the learning environment.
And no mention is made of revisionist academic readings like Susan Blake's excellent article of 1979 on black folklore in Bison's work, which argues--in opposition to the idealizing readings played up by Butler--that the result of Invisible Man's identity quest is "not self-definition at all but reaffirmation of the identity provided by the white culture.
Its spokesman, Dan Kay, commented, `The city and the media saw it as a repudiation of racism and a positive reaffirmation of the city's commitment to cultural diversity, but the Christians involved believe it is also important as the removal of an obstacle to spiritual blessing and renewal.
The exchange rate has been relatively stable at around 104 yen to 105 yen to the dollar this week since the G-7's reaffirmation of concern about the strong yen at Saturday's meeting in Tokyo.
But when customers sign reaffirmation agreements, they agree to continue paying off their debt in exchange for keeping the credit card or keeping merchandise bought on credit.
Dance requires constant vigilance and the continual reaffirmation of the skeleton's basic alignment to perform beautifully and easily.