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Confirm, ratify, positively acknowledge as correct. One may affirm a statement in an affidavit.Witnesses may affirm that all testimony to be given will be true and accurate.

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Summary: Learn to get the best out of your affirmations
The affirmation of the 'S1' Fund Market Risk Sensitivity Rating is driven by the continuing very low sensitivity of the fund to interest rate and spread risks, as reflected in its short maturity profile.
"We're pleased with Fitch's affirmation of GFH's rating and its recognition of the strength of our strategy and the positive financial performance and continued profitability that GFH has effectively delivered over the past two years as well as into 2018," said Mr.
Affirmation Technology was founded by Wall Street veteran and long-time technology strategist Scott Carotenuto.
'Based on the report of the provincial office, your failure to reach the 25% Bagobo-Klata blood and the five-year track record certified by the NCIP as required by your local guidelines will not warrant the issuance of the certificate of affirmation in your favor,' the notice read.
"Success starts from inside and affirmations, if used correctly, can help reprogram the mind to attract the success we all desire," says Sarah Anderson of True Success Cafe.
Errant Affirmations: On the Philosophical Meaning if Kierkegaard's Religious Discourses
Section 13 says that the President-elect shall, during the swearing-inceremony, take and subscribe the oath or affirmation of allegiance and the oath or affirmation for the execution of the functions of office.
Spirit Junkie, created by popular author and speaker Gabby Bernstein, wakes you up to a positive affirmation each day.
Wallace calls the backward unfurling of intention due to one's present attachments the affirmation dynamic.
Java preparing and course affirmation sets aside 2 to 3 months opportunity to pick up familiarity with java programming.
An affirmation is the act or an instance of affirming; state of being affirmed; the assertion that something exists or is true; something that is affirmed; a statement or proposition that is declared to be true; and the confirmation or ratification of the truth or validity of a prior judgment, decision, etc.