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If and when Sinn Fein finally pluck up the courage to publish the statement, we will be able to make our own judgements on their clarity and unambiguity.
On a song such as Ain't No Cure for Love, Cohen shows he's equally influenced by the dumb songs which he'd hear on the radio as a young man, revelling in the unambiguity of a straight pop lyric.
The placement of the modifier "not" is crucial for unambiguity and for correct interpretation.
As Max Weber observes: "Precision, speed, unambiguity, knowledge of the files, continuity, discretion, unity, strict subordination, reduction of friction and of material and personal costs--these are raised to the optimum point in the strictly bureaucratic administration.
Is this unambiguity a necessary component of Genius, or simply of this particular genius?
It took the good people of Massachusetts nearly four years to reach agreement on these principles, and even then the failure of the convention to specify precisely how the towns should express their approval left the form of ratification several degrees short of unambiguity.
The use of macroscopic mechanical models for the molecular level is based mainly on the unambiguity of the concept.
Also, in analytical uncertainty models, unambiguity in a decision maker's response to price or income changes is often secured by risk preference restrictions as in Sandmo [1970; 1971], Batra and Ullah [1974], and Pope [1980].