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Affirmation

A formal statement that can be made by a person as an alternative to swearing an oath, if he or she objects to doing so on religious grounds (e.g. no religious belief).

Explanation attempts (349)

29 Oct 2012 12:06
quote Confirming something is correct unquote
29 Oct 2012 14:28
quote I do not know what this word means! unquote
29 Oct 2012 17:17
quote To confirm something unquote
29 Oct 2012 18:02
quote A statement of a particular position. unquote
30 Oct 2012 08:52
quote I think this means confirmation or proof. unquote
30 Oct 2012 16:48
quote Confirming a fact unquote
30 Oct 2012 17:20
quote Where you declare the truth unquote
30 Oct 2012 18:24
quote confirmation that a crime has been committed unquote
30 Oct 2012 20:03
quote A positive statement unquote
30 Oct 2012 22:13
quote Confirm your personal details and information you give are correct unquote
30 Oct 2012 22:32
quote Testimony from a witness stating that an alleged crime actually took place. unquote
31 Oct 2012 14:10
quote The process of confirming a point or theory unquote
31 Oct 2012 15:07
quote Safe & secure unquote
31 Oct 2012 15:12
quote I honestly don't know, a validation of a statement? unquote
31 Oct 2012 18:30
quote Needing somebody to confirm what somebody else has said - to confirm a witness statement for example. unquote
31 Oct 2012 19:03
quote Affirmation is the confirmation that something is true, backed up by some form of evidence unquote
31 Oct 2012 19:50
quote I assume it's from the verb 'to affirm' and means an agreement or an endorsement unquote
31 Oct 2012 21:59
quote I think this means that you are confirming that something that has been said or done is true. unquote
1 Nov 2012 18:29
quote no idea unquote
1 Nov 2012 19:52
quote This means you agree to a statement unquote
1 Nov 2012 21:22
quote Giving somebody their rightful information. unquote
1 Nov 2012 22:23
quote Promising to tell the truth without putting your hand on a holy book. unquote
16 Nov 2012 11:19
quote A legally binding statement agreeing and confirming that something put to you is true. For example: I affirm that XXX is my name. unquote
20 Nov 2012 20:03
quote Endorsement of the truth. unquote
20 Nov 2012 21:41
quote Agreeing that something is something, you have a belief that something is something unquote
20 Nov 2012 23:13
quote answering yes or otherwise indicating that what has been said (in court) is correct. unquote
21 Nov 2012 00:36
quote That something is correct or approved unquote
21 Nov 2012 00:57
quote To confirm a statement unquote
21 Nov 2012 14:54
quote Perhaps when a legal decision is confirmed by another court. unquote
23 Nov 2012 13:31
quote confirming a statement unquote
26 Nov 2012 18:09
quote That's a yes, everything checks out unquote
26 Nov 2012 21:05
quote Agreement? unquote
12 Nov 2013 09:25
quote a statement confirming something unquote
12 Nov 2013 16:37
quote Agreement to the relevant facts of the case. unquote
13 Nov 2013 15:48
quote A statement that is affirmed is a statement that can be confirmed by another person, such as an alibi or something similar. unquote
14 Nov 2013 20:45
quote admitting knowledge of a certain event unquote
14 Nov 2013 21:10
quote Saying something is true. For example a declaration. unquote
14 Nov 2013 21:35
quote agreeing that you have told the truth in a court of law unquote
14 Nov 2013 22:38
quote confirm something as a 'Yes' unquote
14 Nov 2013 23:01
quote Confirming something, saying something applies to a situation unquote
14 Nov 2013 23:59
quote affirming of something that you are affirmative of unquote
15 Nov 2013 09:18
quote I have no idea. unquote
15 Nov 2013 09:25
quote deemed to be correct unquote
16 Nov 2013 08:25
quote Confirming or stating that something is true or correct. unquote
16 Nov 2013 18:14
quote confirmation unquote
16 Nov 2013 20:25
quote An affirmation means confirming that an accounting of events is true/correct. unquote
16 Nov 2013 21:12
quote pronouncing an order unquote
16 Nov 2013 23:22
quote Confirming something is true unquote
17 Nov 2013 11:36
quote Similar to Confirming? so to agree with a statement or fact. unquote
17 Nov 2013 12:47
quote Agreement with something. Your "affirmation" of... unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:05
quote Confirmation that something is true, a statement for e.g. unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:24
quote giving the go ahead unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:10
quote I don't know. unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:24
quote Being almost certain about a fact when giving evidence. unquote
17 Nov 2013 19:09
quote declaration that something/ the facts provided are correct unquote
17 Nov 2013 19:59
quote Something is affirmed, as in it's noted. unquote
17 Nov 2013 21:46
quote To confirm whether or not something is right unquote
18 Nov 2013 13:59
quote not sure unquote
18 Nov 2013 16:13
quote to confirm something unquote
18 Nov 2013 18:33
quote I think it is when you turn up to court to confirm your name and address, and a date for your court appearance is decided unquote
18 Nov 2013 19:24
quote similar to confirmation unquote
18 Nov 2013 20:38
quote Confirmation of a concept unquote
18 Nov 2013 21:00
quote No idea! unquote
18 Nov 2013 21:50
quote For someone to state or restate their view in a fairly final or on-the-record sort of way. unquote
19 Nov 2013 01:10
quote From the word 'Affirmative'? To mean something has been found true/correct unquote
28 Oct 2014 16:39
quote Positive confirmation of a fact. unquote
29 Oct 2014 09:22
quote From distant memory of reading the papers etc, I understand it means a person who refuses to speak in court, and therefore makes it difficult to carry on with the proceedings. unquote
29 Oct 2014 13:43
quote The conclusion / decision made in court. (?) unquote
29 Oct 2014 14:36
quote Confirmation of an opinion possible by a third party. unquote
29 Oct 2014 18:31
quote To confirm something on a second occasion with confidence. unquote
30 Oct 2014 15:38
quote Going against something unquote
30 Oct 2014 16:28
quote Confirmation of a decision unquote
30 Oct 2014 17:20
quote A pledge to tell the truth. unquote
30 Oct 2014 17:32
quote to agree to something, confirm it is true unquote
30 Oct 2014 18:11
quote Acknowledgement of something regardless if it is right or wrong. unquote
3 Nov 2014 17:14
quote Clarifying what somebody has said is correct. unquote
3 Nov 2014 17:22
quote In place of an oath, you can swear on affirmation rather than oath. unquote
3 Nov 2014 20:26
quote whether or not something is true unquote
3 Nov 2014 20:29
quote Agreed unquote
3 Nov 2014 20:40
quote Affirmation means to confirm something as true. unquote
4 Nov 2014 12:07
quote Confirming if something is true or not unquote
4 Nov 2014 12:49
quote it is when you declare something, bring something up unquote
5 Nov 2014 12:35
quote When you declare that something is true. unquote
5 Nov 2014 12:49
quote To confirm something unquote
5 Nov 2014 12:51
quote To confirm something unquote
5 Nov 2014 13:10
quote To state whether something is correct unquote
5 Nov 2014 13:39
quote Affirming in some way unquote
5 Nov 2014 14:12
quote Sorry no idea unquote
5 Nov 2014 15:04
quote Confirmation unquote
5 Nov 2014 16:30
quote To confirm something unquote
6 Nov 2014 07:26
quote confirmation of the events which took place, maybe by evidence or witness testimony. unquote
6 Nov 2014 16:49
quote Confirming something is correct unquote
6 Nov 2014 21:28
quote Declaring relevant information. A statement. unquote
7 Nov 2014 12:05
quote To conclude something is correct unquote
7 Nov 2014 13:53
quote its a statement that is true - typically when completing a form and asked to sign it unquote
7 Nov 2014 17:35
quote Confirmation that something that has been stated is true unquote
7 Nov 2014 19:01
quote No idea unquote
7 Nov 2014 20:38
quote Promise that you will tell the truth in a court of law unquote
7 Nov 2014 20:39
quote Being very sure and reiterating your opinion/point. unquote
7 Nov 2014 20:43
quote Being very sure and reiterating your opinion unquote
7 Nov 2014 21:08
quote Statement of truth unquote
7 Nov 2014 21:24
quote A statement to confirm something unquote
7 Nov 2014 22:08
quote No idea unquote
8 Nov 2014 08:48
quote Is swearing on the bible to tell the truth. unquote
8 Nov 2014 12:13
quote To confirm unquote
8 Nov 2014 13:51
quote Not Sure unquote
8 Nov 2014 17:11
quote support unquote
8 Nov 2014 17:51
quote The oath taken in court by the defendant and prosecutor before the trial starts. unquote
8 Nov 2014 18:22
quote Confirming or attesting to a reported experience. Agreeing with the recounting of an event and contributing to its likelihood in having occurred as reported. unquote
8 Nov 2014 22:46
quote A team of lawyers unquote
8 Nov 2014 22:59
quote Where you admit to a crime unquote
9 Nov 2014 17:24
quote Confirmation/agreeance of something claimed. unquote
9 Nov 2014 19:54
quote confirmation of something unquote
9 Nov 2014 23:18
quote confirming/agreeing with a statement unquote
9 Nov 2014 23:51
quote A statement you are quite confident about. unquote
10 Nov 2014 10:22
quote a statement of the truth, confirmation of what one believes to be true unquote
10 Nov 2014 14:18
quote The affirmation is the judge's confirmation of the sentence. unquote
10 Nov 2014 14:49
quote Being able to confirm the legality of an event. unquote
10 Nov 2014 15:37
quote To confirm something unquote
10 Nov 2014 15:41
quote To enforce a point previously made or to really emphasise a point unquote
10 Nov 2014 16:03
quote Affirmation means when the court is completely sure of it's verdict, with no doubt existing. unquote
10 Nov 2014 18:29
quote confirming whatever the subject is is correct unquote
10 Nov 2014 18:32
quote My meaning would be that affirmation relations to agreeing to a particular explanation or outcome unquote
10 Nov 2014 18:47
quote Saying something is correct or accurate. unquote
10 Nov 2014 18:50
quote A positive confirmation unquote
10 Nov 2014 20:17
quote confirming that something is right unquote
10 Nov 2014 20:23
quote To affirm the situation? Make sure I have the correct answer on the right side of the law to his/ her situation, a definite clarity? unquote
10 Nov 2014 20:53
quote Conclusion?! unquote
10 Nov 2014 21:31
quote Unsure unquote
10 Nov 2014 21:46
quote Confirming a situation saying whether its true or false unquote
10 Nov 2014 21:51
quote Reassurance, proof, confirmation of factual information unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:05
quote I'm sorry I don't know what this means. Does it mean when you confirm something? unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:07
quote Having something happen that makes your beliefs a reality. unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:14
quote Statement of truth unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:18
quote This is to make someone feel like they are allowed to feel or think in a certain way. Supporting them to believe that they are correct about something. unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:20
quote I have no idea! unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:41
quote Agreeing to something unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:49
quote This is when you state what you believe to be the truthful order of events. unquote
10 Nov 2014 23:16
quote Similar to confirmation unquote
10 Nov 2014 23:21
quote Something or someone confirms your thoughts on a subject ie agrees unquote
10 Nov 2014 23:25
quote giving something meaning making something true unquote
10 Nov 2014 23:33
quote Stating that something is true unquote
11 Nov 2014 02:10
quote It is a synonym for confirmation. It has been confirmed or stated correct. unquote
11 Nov 2014 09:47
quote completion or agreement unquote
11 Nov 2014 09:55
quote Declaring something to be true unquote
11 Nov 2014 10:24
quote Backing up a statement unquote
11 Nov 2014 10:56
quote Where something is declared as the truth. unquote
11 Nov 2014 11:23
quote Confirmation or surety of something. Affirming the truth. unquote
11 Nov 2014 11:34
quote Backed up by fact unquote
11 Nov 2014 12:05
quote I believe is the written report from the guilty or innocent party giving their course of events unquote
11 Nov 2014 12:31
quote declaration that what you are saying is true. An oath on the bible. unquote
11 Nov 2014 13:52
quote When someone tells you something is true unquote
11 Nov 2014 14:04
quote When someone confirms that what you have said is correct when someone agrees with what you have said unquote
11 Nov 2014 14:30
quote Agreeing with the situation, completing it unquote
11 Nov 2014 14:51
quote to confirm something as true unquote
11 Nov 2014 14:58
quote To take positive action or to give a response which indicates ones understanding. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:08
quote Is supporting something. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:09
quote To confirm and support a decision or answer. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:24
quote Confirming statement unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:24
quote To confirm something. To affirm is truthfulness. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:48
quote A second point confirming an earlier version of events or statement. unquote
11 Nov 2014 16:33
quote to confirm unquote
11 Nov 2014 16:37
quote support and confirmation from someone else that an idea expressed is correct unquote
11 Nov 2014 16:44
quote Agreeing to something? unquote
11 Nov 2014 19:48
quote A declaration that somthing is true unquote
12 Nov 2014 01:39
quote confirming something by making a legal statement unquote
12 Nov 2014 16:01
quote Confirming something unquote
14 Nov 2014 13:19
quote An action by the defendant or any other member of the case that supports any part of the accusation. unquote
17 Nov 2014 23:00
quote to confirm, back up unquote
20 Nov 2014 20:25
quote Affirmation is a term used if a person is stating that what they have said or has been repeated to them is true. unquote
8 Dec 2014 09:45
quote I believe that to affirm something means to confirm that something is true unquote
27 Oct 2015 21:35
quote confirming that something is true unquote
28 Oct 2015 22:11
quote Producing some form of information or data which proves a point in law or supports some form of evidence produced in court. unquote
29 Oct 2015 20:25
quote A deadline - or notification unquote
4 Nov 2015 13:20
quote I don't know unquote
4 Nov 2015 17:59
quote The confirming of a conclusion drawn from more solid information. unquote
4 Nov 2015 18:02
quote Confirm understanding unquote
4 Nov 2015 19:43
quote Affirmation usually means reassurance or declaration so I would assume it meant a promise of assurance or a declaration of honesty, perhaps similar to an oath. unquote
4 Nov 2015 20:42
quote Confirming what someone has already said unquote
5 Nov 2015 19:04
quote Confirmation: i.e. 'I am affirming that I saw that man committing the crime'. unquote
5 Nov 2015 19:17
quote A sworn statement, truth unquote
5 Nov 2015 19:42
quote I swear that this is correct. unquote
5 Nov 2015 20:09
quote Maybe another word for evidence? A conclusion? Like, there's the possibility something could be the case but we need affirmation. Isn't it another word for conclusion? unquote
5 Nov 2015 21:09
quote Giving an answer to say that something you've already said is correct unquote
6 Nov 2015 09:19
quote Something someone has confirmed that they believe to be/want you to think is true (depending on whether it is the police or criminal) unquote
6 Nov 2015 21:41
quote Not a clue unquote
7 Nov 2015 00:12
quote A positive comment unquote
7 Nov 2015 17:34
quote When someone confirms something to be true. Or commits to something. unquote
9 Nov 2015 20:59
quote when someone confirms something unquote
9 Nov 2015 23:32
quote Obtaining a positive confirmation of down thing to support yourself unquote
10 Nov 2015 13:06
quote Stating that something is true. Some people who won't swear on the bible that they will tell the truth can affirm instead unquote
10 Nov 2015 13:43
quote A confirmation of the terms set by the court. unquote
10 Nov 2015 21:28
quote No idea sorry!! unquote
10 Nov 2015 21:31
quote Confirming something unquote
10 Nov 2015 21:50
quote A formal statement that people make like a promise unquote
10 Nov 2015 22:12
quote When a person disagrees/declines to agree to a promise or statement. Can also be referred to emotional support. unquote
11 Nov 2015 13:43
quote confirmation or approval of something, could be needing confirmation or already confirmed unquote
11 Nov 2015 13:59
quote To confirm that something is true unquote
12 Nov 2015 11:29
quote The collection of evidence which confirms the suspects' guilty? unquote
12 Nov 2015 13:41
quote Process of confirming a declaration made unquote
14 Nov 2015 12:05
quote In court, when people do not wish to swear by oath/on the bible, I think they can 'affirm' that what they're saying is true instead. unquote
14 Nov 2015 16:55
quote I think this is conferming what you have said is true . unquote
16 Nov 2015 15:53
quote Confirmation of the arguments unquote
16 Nov 2015 20:00
quote Affirmation is something that is declared to be true. unquote
16 Nov 2015 23:38
quote Confirmation, perhaps from oneself. unquote
17 Nov 2015 10:20
quote Providing a statement, perhaps on oath unquote
17 Nov 2015 10:26
quote Agreement with or confirmation of something unquote
17 Nov 2015 10:56
quote Affirmation is someone confirming something you believe to be true is correct, or someone else validating your story e.g. your account of a sequence of events. I don't really know what it means in the context of criminal law though. unquote
17 Nov 2015 11:15
quote To assert/state that something is true - that I believe something to be true unquote
17 Nov 2015 20:44
quote Taking an oath unquote
18 Nov 2015 14:02
quote A term of confirmation unquote
18 Nov 2015 17:55
quote getting confirmation that something is correct. unquote
18 Nov 2015 18:20
quote Confirming something to profile clarity unquote
18 Nov 2015 19:31
quote It refers to the confirmation of something, that is, something being true or correct. unquote
18 Nov 2015 19:46
quote Confirmation of a particular fact or evidential proof unquote
18 Nov 2015 21:44
quote Positively confirming something. unquote
19 Nov 2015 13:28
quote To back something up with evidence unquote
19 Nov 2015 13:36
quote Sure the answer is correct unquote
19 Nov 2015 19:22
quote When you are certain of the verdict of a trial. unquote
19 Nov 2015 22:19
quote To confirm something unquote
20 Nov 2015 00:10
quote Confirmation of something. unquote
20 Nov 2015 13:10
quote A confessional statement unquote
20 Nov 2015 13:19
quote to affirm (state) something unquote
20 Nov 2015 13:55
quote Taking an oath when in the witness box. unquote
20 Nov 2015 15:15
quote A verbal commitment to tell the truth, used where a person will/cannot swear on the bible. unquote
20 Nov 2015 16:50
quote Swearing an oath in court unquote
20 Nov 2015 16:56
quote Refusing to take an oath in court. unquote
20 Nov 2015 17:20
quote To confirm something unquote
20 Nov 2015 18:38
quote Confirming certain facts are true to the best of one's knowledge. unquote
21 Nov 2015 10:09
quote ?? unquote
21 Nov 2015 11:22
quote Being assured of something in support. unquote
21 Nov 2015 14:53
quote Confirmation of what they have said is true. unquote
21 Nov 2015 18:50
quote Apologies but i have no idea. Something to do with saying yes? unquote
21 Nov 2015 18:58
quote To confirm something unquote
22 Nov 2015 15:08
quote To confirm something is correct. unquote
22 Nov 2015 15:55
quote assertion something is true unquote
22 Nov 2015 16:05
quote if something is affirmed it is definite unquote
22 Nov 2015 16:09
quote confirmation unquote
22 Nov 2015 16:11
quote Strength of character unquote
22 Nov 2015 16:20
quote verbal confirmation of your stand point/opinion/decision unquote
22 Nov 2015 16:56
quote Confirmation of something unquote
22 Nov 2015 17:34
quote confirming something unquote
22 Nov 2015 17:35
quote Definitely correct. unquote
22 Nov 2015 20:50
quote The confirmation of something. unquote
22 Nov 2015 21:14
quote I'm not sure unquote
22 Nov 2015 21:19
quote I think "affirmation" means confirmation of something or someone. unquote
22 Nov 2015 23:09
quote A procedure towards the end of a trial when the person being prosecuted has to produce a statement, detailing their plea. unquote
22 Nov 2015 23:17
quote When something is confirmed to be true. When something has been proven to be correct. unquote
23 Nov 2015 00:02
quote Making a statement that you believe to be true. unquote
23 Nov 2015 00:12
quote declare something and confirm it unquote
23 Nov 2015 00:19
quote It means to declare something to someone else. unquote
23 Nov 2015 00:38
quote Like an oath this a statement that confirms something is true. unquote
23 Nov 2015 01:11
quote Make sure, a true statement unquote
23 Nov 2015 09:36
quote It could relate to 'affirming', I am not sure in terms of the law! unquote
23 Nov 2015 09:46
quote You have to make an affirmation in kurt before giving evidence. It is different to making an oath because of religious reasons. unquote
23 Nov 2015 09:52
quote Affirmation is when someone has to take an oath in court before speaking or prodding evidence, however, because of religious reasons, it is in a different form. unquote
23 Nov 2015 11:57
quote check/make sure unquote
23 Nov 2015 12:07
quote i believe the word Affirmation means to be certain of say . a statement made. unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:05
quote A formal testimony of someone's actions, whether in writing or spoken. For example the testimony of a witness that confirms the accused's alleged whereabouts at a particular time unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:15
quote Confirming something that is already know with evidence or otherwise unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:17
quote Conformation unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:26
quote Proof or correctness. Something which proves a theory, postulation or idea of one side of a legal case i.e. That he was athe car park in Slough proves that he was not in Timbuktu. unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:30
quote A statement given in a court of law. unquote
23 Nov 2015 14:55
quote Agreeing with argument and backing it up with evidence to prove something unquote
23 Nov 2015 15:45
quote When somebody agrees to something or offers their support unquote
8 Nov 2016 14:45
quote Confirmation of some kind unquote
8 Nov 2016 15:06
quote To affirm something or give encouragement or support unquote
8 Nov 2016 16:06
quote No idea unquote
8 Nov 2016 20:16
quote Proving the truth unquote
8 Nov 2016 20:18
quote To confirm something unquote
8 Nov 2016 20:50
quote Something confirmed as true unquote
8 Nov 2016 22:34
quote Not sure - like confirmation. unquote
8 Nov 2016 23:45
quote A non religious alternative to swearing on the Bible in court. unquote
9 Nov 2016 11:10
quote No idea. unquote
9 Nov 2016 12:45
quote I don't knoa unquote
9 Nov 2016 12:48
quote Producing evidence to prove something is correct. unquote
9 Nov 2016 14:19
quote Someone else has supported and backed up your opinion unquote
9 Nov 2016 14:39
quote To affirm something, making a statement clear to other individuals. unquote
9 Nov 2016 14:44
quote An action/process of affirming something - saying it is true. unquote
9 Nov 2016 15:26
quote Means you're are 100% telling the truth unquote
9 Nov 2016 15:31
quote I think it means the same as confirmation unquote
9 Nov 2016 16:21
quote working in accordance to the criminals wishes. unquote
9 Nov 2016 20:16
quote Confirmation unquote
9 Nov 2016 21:20
quote To confirm something Support or encouragement unquote
9 Nov 2016 21:45
quote The process of confirming a decision by oath statements & evidence unquote
9 Nov 2016 23:23
quote Confirming someone is not guilty perhaps unquote
10 Nov 2016 09:43
quote Thats tough!! Umm how guilty someone is? Admission of guilt? unquote
10 Nov 2016 10:08
quote When you state your belief, eg what version of events you believe in unquote
10 Nov 2016 10:18
quote When a person agrees to details given to them by the police, such as name or address, whereabouts at a given time for example. Affirmation means that you are saying that something is true. unquote
10 Nov 2016 16:31
quote Declaring something? unquote
10 Nov 2016 20:21
quote Verifying something unquote
10 Nov 2016 23:18
quote making a statement about something unquote
11 Nov 2016 10:56
quote Confirming unquote
11 Nov 2016 12:37
quote When you use force on a criminal. unquote
11 Nov 2016 18:38
quote Positive confirmation unquote
11 Nov 2016 19:29
quote Tangible evidence that an incident occured unquote
11 Nov 2016 21:18
quote A statement/ action has been confirmed unquote
12 Nov 2016 09:30
quote i would think it is something to do with providing proof of a fact unquote
12 Nov 2016 09:38
quote To gain approval unquote
12 Nov 2016 12:23
quote A declaration that something is correct unquote
12 Nov 2016 16:49
quote Agreeing with something. Confirming that something is right unquote
13 Nov 2016 07:54
quote Making a statement confirming something unquote
13 Nov 2016 14:44
quote that the evidence received has been proved by someone else's witness statement or has been agreed unquote
13 Nov 2016 17:59
quote Following orders from someone in authority. unquote
14 Nov 2016 11:22
quote A response which confirms the understanding of a statement. unquote
14 Nov 2016 12:52
quote I actually have no idea what this word means. It sounds like a religious word particularly one you might find in Christianity. unquote
14 Nov 2016 13:51
quote Confirming something unquote
14 Nov 2016 13:52
quote Another word for confurmstion unquote
14 Nov 2016 14:00
quote When another confirms that what you believe/think is true or that your view on an event is correct. unquote
14 Nov 2016 14:01
quote Affirming something unquote
14 Nov 2016 14:01
quote The confirmation of something. unquote
14 Nov 2016 14:16
quote To confirm something unquote
14 Nov 2016 14:20
quote confirmation by a person to confirm the information stated is correct unquote
14 Nov 2016 15:20
quote Something that is confirmed to be true. unquote
14 Nov 2016 16:30
quote Means saying something is correct. unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:01
quote The substantiation and confirmation of events? unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:05
quote Confirmation unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:17
quote Investigative case unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:23
quote When you agree with something that happened unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:46
quote Commiting and confirming to something, like marriage. unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:16
quote A rule that you speak the truth in court unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:26
quote Affirmation would mean to agree unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:29
quote To believe something is correct? You affirm it. Affirmation would to be to confirm your evidence is correct? unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:38
quote Similar to conformation unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:44
quote Its a confirmed legal position unquote
14 Nov 2016 18:44
quote A final decision unquote
14 Nov 2016 19:04
quote Someone who doesn't want to take an oath unquote
14 Nov 2016 19:08
quote Confirming or acknowledging a fact unquote
14 Nov 2016 19:30
quote further confirmation of something happening unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:08
quote confirming what has happened unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:16
quote Not a clue unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:18
quote No idea unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:23
quote A confirmation that something you have said is completely true. unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:34
quote Stating something that is true or reiterating a truth/ fact. unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:35
quote A conclusion that confirms a certain outcome. unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:37
quote Don't put hand on bible when you are not religious unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:44
quote An alternative to being bound by religion when giving evidence unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:45
quote Confirming unquote
14 Nov 2016 20:52
quote To confirm something or give assurance unquote
14 Nov 2016 21:24
quote Affirmation describes a situation where evidence confirms what was previously a suspicion. unquote
14 Nov 2016 21:51
quote Confirmation of a previously mentioned fact unquote
14 Nov 2016 22:13
quote You tell the court that what you are going to say in court is correct such as the facts, what you saw and what you think happened. You are accountable in the court for what you say and can face consequnces from the court if you do not tell the truth. unquote
14 Nov 2016 22:14
quote Found guilty unquote
14 Nov 2016 22:17
quote To be found not guilty unquote
14 Nov 2016 22:24
quote Like an oath but doesn't include religion unquote
14 Nov 2016 23:02
quote Something to describe an action unquote
15 Nov 2016 01:18
quote To agree with someone or a statement. unquote
15 Nov 2016 12:34
quote A phase that someone repeats to agree too something unquote
18 Nov 2016 10:15
quote Confirming something unquote

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