free from ambiguity

See: clarify
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LAHORE: Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar has said that the case verdicts should be free from ambiguity.
Where a statute is clear, plain and free from ambiguity, it must be given its literal meaning and applied without attempt to interpret.
I actually do know how to chop vegetables (thank you, Chef Alfred), and I can experience the satisfaction that comes from making something free from ambiguity.
Rather than focus on issues in detail, the board believes it is important NZNO moves forward with an election process that is clear, free from ambiguity and fair for all candidates.