affirmative

All Adjective Noun
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  • These cases are rare and will typically win the round for the affirmative team.
  • An affirmative action program may be established for a maximum of ten years.
  • The book was especially noted for its influence on the debate over affirmative action.
  • This is a result of the affirmative having the first and last speech.
  • Not having affirmative action was agreed to be the position when the Act was passed.
  • Thus, affirmative action increase the female population in the director position.
  • Men are only slightly more likely to support affirmative action for women; though a majority of both do.
  • India is one of the few countries that practices affirmative action on a large scale.
  • It has opposed the death penalty and supported the civil rights movement and affirmative action.
  • In the late 1970s, the college took a stand in opposition to affirmative action.
  • Most affirmative teams today generally frame their case around advantages, which are good effects of their plan.
  • The main goal of Affirmative Action is for a country to reach its full potential.
  • Who will answer any of these questions in the affirmative?
  • Seven States and only seven were needed to carry the affirmative.
  • One traditional way to judge policy debate states that the affirmative team must win certain issues, called the stock issues.
  • This became a commonly held liberal position, and large numbers of public and private universities began affirmative action programs.
  • The affirmative simply claims that the plan does not cause the impact.
  • All of these are proper parties, and are necessary parties against whom positive and affirmative relief is sought.
  • Programs in affirmative action resulted in the hiring of more black police officers in every major city.
  • During this time, he became deeply involved in working to repeal state affirmative action programs.
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Words starting with affirmative

Meaning of affirmative

  • noun A reply of affirmation
    he answered in the affirmative
  • adjective Affirming or giving assent
    an affirmative decision, affirmative votes