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definitive

1. Zoology fully developed; complete
2. (of postage stamps) permanently on sale
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Mufti Muneeb has, in a recent newspaper column, hit back at the science minister by definitively stating that visually sighting the moon is a pre-requisite in the Sharia.
It is hugely important that the force is in the position to be able to assure the public definitively that stop and searches are being carried out correctly.
Animal safety company Neogen (NasdaqGS:NEOG) reported on Tuesday the launch of the quickest and easiest test to definitively detect E.
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vociferous, it was easy to have opinions being youngish, when years later her sister contacted me, monica missing, I could not say where she was, definitively, how long is something gone before the tragedy becomes antique, amelia earhart or your grandma's diamond ring, it was her sister called, or perhaps someone pretending.
For the first time, organic matter has definitively been detected on Mars.
The revised text does not describe the kind of response that must be given to those "necessarily connected" truths when they are definitively taught.
So why has it taken until now for Blatter to definitively accept it may be a teeny weeny bit too hot to play football in the Middle East during the summer.
Power is definitively defined as a capability and authority as a skill.
BAGHDAD / NINA/ A source in the election commission announced on Sunday the exclusion of 4 deputies definitively from the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The regulation on the newaEuropean Fund for Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) was definitively adopted by the EU Council on 10 March.