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I further unequivocally state that Loon Lake's hard-hearted attitude toward and relationship with the nearby Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation is typical of the same across much of Saskatchewan and western Canada.
The international community, therefore, has to clearly and unequivocally say who is responsible for obstructing the negotiation process.
I want to state upfront, unequivocally and without doubt: I do not believe that any racial, ethnic or gender group has an advantage in sound judging.
In the interests of the British Olympic movement and the athletes who aspire to line up at an Olympic Games and our youngsters looking for Olympic glory in London, the BOA confirms that it will vigorously and unequivocally defend its lifetime ban on drug cheats who have brought themselves and their sports into disrepute.
We unequivocally condemn it and hope that Ken's murderers are brought to justice swiftly.
Hall went on to triple the shock--and ensure her ostracism--by marrying a much younger black man, John-Paul Simmons, who allegedly fathered her child and unequivocally spent her money.
While much of the nutrition information is accurate, there is enough inaccurate information that it is impossible to unequivocally recommend this book.
How can you make sure that what you do is unequivocally the best choice for the environment?
DMT unequivocally outperformed QAM technology in both the mandatory and optional tests.
Recalling that someone had asked if her reaction to the emergency was due to her role as a mother or that of a police officer, she unequivocally asserted, "It was 100 percent mom.
3 million Catholics, says, "The diocese unequivocally rejects the characterization of its actions given by the report .
This study hasn't yet proven unequivocally that coenzyme Q10 will slow the progression of Parkinson's disease," says study co-author Clifford W.