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reaffirmation

noun absolute assertion, affirmance, approval, authentication, confirmation, declaration, formal declaration in support or against, pronouncement, ratification, statement, substantiation, swearing, validation, verification
Associated concepts: bankruptcy, reaffirmation agreement
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For Pillar College, this reaffirmation extends beyond the accreditation process itself," commented Provost Dan Wright.
Le message se veut une reaffirmation de la vision strategique et de la conception novatrice de SM le Roi Mohammed VI visant a consolider le statut du Royaume sur l'echiquier international", a declare M.
benefits both debtors and creditors compared with reaffirmation.
Al Baraka Turk Participation Bank's Board Member and General Manager Fahrettin YahE-i said, "The rating reaffirmation indicates the success of Al Baraka Turk in pursuing growth and development in all of its business lines despite the challenging market conditions both domestic and international.
Many consumer bankruptcy attorneys feel that a debtor need not sign a reaffirmation agreement in order to retain secured collateral, such as a residence or vehicle, because as long as the debtor remains current in his payments, the creditor is unlikely to repossess the collateral.
Most reaffirmation agreements across the five districts included Reform Act disclosure statements and other required information.
From here, all that remains for the Javits Center GPP's final approval is a reaffirmation of support for the plan by the Empire State Development Commission, which has previously signed off on the project, and the approval of the Public Authorities Control Board.
15 in her role as the church's supreme governor, gave a robust reaffirmation of her faith to some 450 bishops, clergy and laity attending the two-day session of the denomination's parliament, in its first meeting of a five-year term.
The GSMA said that the reaffirmation of the policies will boost growth potential in the country's telecomms market and give investors confidence.
delegation--the gathering came to a consensus on the unconditional reaffirmation of commitments made a decade ago at the Fourth World Conference on Women (Beijing 1995), thanks to the steadfast advocacy initiatives of thousands women's groups.
Wight also indicates that the study serves as a reaffirmation of the need for breastfeeding in an industrialized society.
The Constitution does not allow public schools to pressure students to pray, and this action is a reaffirmation of that important principle," said Barry W.