|NOUN || an affirmation | affirmations |
|SYNO ||affirmation | assertion | avouchment | ...|
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- His research on self-affirmation and its effects demonstrated the power of self-affirmation to reduce biased attitudes, lead to positive health behaviors, and even improve the academic performance of minority students.
- "Ceiling Painting/Yes Painting" has been described by Ono as being representative of a journey towards hope and affirmation from pain.
- The suicide of Anannyah Kumari Alex, Kerala's first transgender RJ and activist, alleging botched-up gender affirmation surgery lead to protests by the LGBTQIA+ community of Kerala and initiated discussions about the irregularities and the absence of a specific protocol for conducting gender affirmation surgeries in various private hospitals of the state.
- Section 5 provides for the making of a solemn affirmation by a person who objects to being sworn.
- Affirmation and negation are a crucial building blocks for language.
- The affirmation proved popular with ceremony participants and the Australian Citizenship Council (1998–2001) received submissions from members of the public who supported the continuation of affirmation ceremonies beyond the 50th anniversary celebrations.
- Birth affirmation means to be able to say yes, from the bottom of our hearts, to the fact that we have been born.
- Annex B gives the wording of the oaths and affirmations mandated by the constitution, which are the oath and affirmation of allegiance, the oath and affirmation for due execution of office, the oath and affirmation of Secrecy, and the Judicial oath and affirmation.
- In Canada, each juror has the choice to take either an oath or affirmation.
- In laboratory experiments, psychologists induce self-affirmation in participants in order to investigate the influence of self-affirmation on individuals' well-being.
- Affirmation questions and statements contain the affirmation particle: که نه /kə ná/ ("literally:" "if/or no").
- Aius Locutius ([...] , spoken affirmation) or Aius Loquens ([...] , speaking affirmation), was a Roman deity or numen associated with the Gallic invasions of Rome during the early 4th century BC.
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