free from ambiguity

See: clarify
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And indeed, the appellate court's task was to examine the statutory language to determine whether the words of the law were clear and free from ambiguity.
Thus, Islamic e-businesses have to ensure that business transactions are clean and free from ambiguity of any form.
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.
According to the court, the language of the law was clear and free from ambiguity. Thus, the court said it would not disturb the department director's conclusion on this issue.
Although subsequent developments showed that the statute was not free from ambiguity, the relevant state constitutional provision seemed to indicate that, in those circumstances in which the legislature decided to strip the governor of the pardoning power, power had to be vested in the House of Delegates alone, rather than in both houses concurrently.
spirit opposes the exclusion of the Senate, its words must be free from ambiguity and decided, or cannot have the supremacy."(68) In other words, Randolph believed that the constitution should be construed in light of the political philosophy underlying the document.
Thus, he declared, "For if [the constitution's] spirit opposes the exclusion of the Senate, its words must be free from ambiguity and decided, or cannot have the supremacy."(100)
"For if [the constitution's] spirit opposes the exclusion of the Senate, its words must be free from ambiguity and decided, or cannot have the supremacy."(260) Randolph thus was shifting the burden with respect to the judicial obligation to follow the text.