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unconditional

adjective absolute, categorical, complete, not limited by conditions, purus, simplex, unchecked, unconfined, unqualified, utter, without conditions, without reservations
Associated concepts: unconditional claim, unconditional guaranty, unconditional pardon, unconditional payment, unconditional promise, unconditional refusal
See also: absolute, categorical, complete, comprehensive, outright, peremptory, strict, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified, unrestricted

HEIR, UNCONDITIONAL. A term used in the civil law, adopted by the Civil Code of Louisiana. Unconditional heirs are those who inherit without any reservation, or without making an inventory, whether their acceptance be express or tacit. Civ. Code of Lo. art. 878.

UNCONDITIONAL. That which is without condition; that which must be performed without regard to what has happened or may happen.

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"There is a place for unconditional offers, however this data highlights the continued rise in their use and we know some students who accept unconditional offers can be more likely to miss their predicted A-level grades.
Though he did not say it directly, but his suggestion had the implied meanings that the proposed committee should recommend withdrawal of Deputy Speaker's decision in view of the unconditional apology from the Opposition's side.
"It makes unconditional offers only to students predicted to meet its entry requirements.
University admissions service UCAS last year raised concerns about the use of 'conditional unconditional' offers, in which a university informs students that they are guaranteed a place, but only if they put the university as their first option.
Abidi has submitted a two-page unconditional apology for using contemptuous words against the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar.
The play titled, ''ManwanThundianChanwan', was written by Khalid Majeed and directed by Shahnaz Khanum, depicted the unconditional love of a mother and her whole life sacrifices for her children.
The defence counsel's argument that his client had submitted an unconditional apology to the court was not entertained.
"Umaasa tayo sa pamahalaan sa lalong madaling panahon hanapan ng paraan lalong lalo na 'yun tulong na unconditional cash transfer.
MNew analysis of UCAS figures shows that one in every 19 offers made to school-age students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland was for an unconditional place at university.
" Helen Thorne, director of externalcould students as much relations at UCAS said: "As UCAS analysis shows, universities are now making more unconditional offers to younger students.
The number then fell gradually until by 2012, degree is segway when tuition fees had risen to PS9,000 a year, only 2,605 unconditional offers were made - or one offer in 309.
This is deeper than romantic love and is known as 'agape love' and is selfless and unconditional where we love people we don't like, ignore their flaws and irritating behaviour and give them our time, energy, resources without expecting anything in return.