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definitive

1. Zoology fully developed; complete
2. (of postage stamps) permanently on sale
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US officials, however, "have not definitively closed that door," he stressed, expressing hope an agreement may be reached in "a matter of hours, in a matter of days.
What this has meant is, in a high proportion of cases, we are not in a position to say definitively whether or not searches have been carried out according to the rules.
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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.
BAGHDAD / NINA/ A source in the election commission announced on Sunday the exclusion of 4 deputies definitively from the upcoming parliamentary elections.
To prove definitively that membership of the EU is of benefit to the British people you would, of course, need a control experiment of 41 years of national existence outside the union.
Navanethem Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, affirmed that the UN organisation is willing to support Tunisia in its efforts to break definitively with all forms of tyranny, expressing satisfaction at "the sincere determination " she perceived with the Tunisian Interim Government to deep-root the foundations of an efficient system of human rights in the country.
Summary: JIJEL (Algeria)- The huge development programme meant for the province of Jijel (around 360-km east of Algiers), especially regarding basic infrastructures, as part of the five-year development programme for 2010-2014, will boost the socioeconomic development in all the region, which aims at breaking out definitively of its isolation.
Summary: Dakhla - A Sahrawi man and his daughter, who benefited last week from the family visit exchange between the Tindouf camps (southwest of Algeria) and Morocco's southern provinces, have decided to definitively stay in Morocco.
This study, sponsored by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health, is called MARVEL (Marker Validation for Erlotinib in Lung Cancer) and will attempt to definitively establish the future value of selecting patients for treatment based on the presence or absence of EGFR activation.