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Like Benjamin, Nolan's film equivocates about the implications of this development.
For McDermott, learning from the other does not mean that one equivocates about the finality of Christ.
Similarly, the book equivocates about whether software markets constitute natural monopolies, questioning the idea in the first chapter and proclaiming it in the last.
Arieka explains that the double tongue - inspiration and the interpretation of inspiration - is a furtive and dishonest power that hides, makes claims, disguises, avoids, and equivocates.
If the first half of Suffolk Life is a quality newspaper, the second half says |shopper,'" he equivocates.
The current market size for nutraceuticals in Australia has exceeded over $900 million; largely due in part to 60% of the Australian population currently using a nutraceutical product, which equivocates to 7.