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Example sentences for affirm

Writers are in a position to affirm their experiences.
Evolution only affirms that living things are governed by a unifying law.
The rabble shouts encouragement, aware that it is participating in a ritual act designed to re-affirm community bonds.
Whether talks begin with three, four or five countries, the Madrid summiteers will affirm that the door remains open.
The country's top soldiers made a special visit to affirm their loyalty.
The new observations affirm that Titan is one of the likeliest places to look for life in our solar system.
Users had to affirm they were 18 or older to use the link.
They do more to affirm stereotypes than to subvert them.
Colleges affirm that relationship by addressing whole families in their literature and offering orientation sessions for parents.
Under penalty of perjury, I hereby affirm that the foregoing is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
To affirm this as a psychiatric malady is to repudiate the principles of science itself.
The newly wealthy are often desperate to affirm their status by conspicuously consuming the favoured brands of the already rich.
Imagine a factory of missiles that would systematically affirm, it produces only knives.
They affirm that the buzzing, blooming confusion of the universe can be reduced to a tidy vertical column.
There's not a shred of evidence to affirm they were.
They affirm a nationality that the motherland tried its best to deny to them.
He would not amplify or affirm that it would be for a declaration of war.
Both teams want desperately to affirm that they belong at the top.
We must affirm in the instant case because appellant failed to rebut this presumption.
We cannot agree that this is the case here and affirm the decision and order.
We affirm in part, reverse in part, and remand for further proceedings.

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