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am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'ĭ-tē),
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.

am·bi·gu·i·ty

(am'bi-gyū'i-tē)
Condition of being ambiguous; uncertainty.
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Thankfully, with breast cancer screening, the advice is totally unambiguous and it's about time men received similar quality advice concerning prostate cancer - or his does that filthy word 'money' enter the equation?
Telecom access service providers have, inter alia, been directed that advertisements issued by them should be transparent, non-misleading and unambiguous; should disclose all material information in an unambiguous manner; contain the website address and customer care number of the telecom access service provider; and the advertisements issued in vernacular languages should contain all the mandatory disclosures in the same vernacular language.
I would like to see it introduce a self-determination law, confirming that all overseas territories, of which there are 14 including the Falklands, have an unambiguous right to remain British until such time as they choose not to," he said.
Generator-RTC (Generator Requirements and Test Cases) is the front end to the Generator tool suite which provides customers with a formalised mechanism to specify unambiguous and sanitised requirements.
It is little more than a smokescreen behind which those who might wish to be less than transparent in providing consumers with clear and unambiguous information on origin have continued to hide.
Summary: Rabat - The position of Morocco regarding the fight against terrorism is firm and unambiguous, State Secretary to the Foreign Ministry, Latifa Akharbach, said on Tuesday.
More specifically, the source of problems in interpersonal relationships is often the lack of clear, unambiguous communication.
In this case, the Supreme Court held that prior judicial opinions trump agency interpretations only if a decision follows "from the unambiguous terms of the statute and thus leaves no room for agency discretion.
It's a great line, but historically, blacks have had direct and unambiguous opposition to their collective progress.
We agree with Berkeley and the Court of Appeal that a government entity may constitutionally require a recipient of funding or subsidy to provide written, unambiguous assurances of compliance with a generally applicable nondiscrimination policy," wrote Justice Kathryn Mickle Werdegar.
For an unambiguous search for new physics in neutron decay experiments and for a precise determination of fundamental constants, it is necessarily to understand and evaluate all corrections for neutron decay with higher accuracy than the expected experimental precision.
Rather than receiving a consistent, unambiguous statement, one commonly hears: "We can't use military standards in contracts"; or "We can use standards only if we obtain a waiver"; or "Sometimes we can use them"; or "I didn't think military standards even existed anymore.