Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; Law Dictionary
The results of discussions and negotiation (and possibly regulatory or legal prescriptions) around allowable authority are reduced, as shown in Figure 2, to a clear and (mostly) unambiguous structure.
The media lauded his initiatives as unambiguously and gloriously advancing the interests of all Tunisians, with Ben Ali the ever avuncular and enlightened ruler.
As Mr Starr notes, no one should cite California as an unambiguous triumph: “There has always been something slightly bipolar about California.
But a good reason why computer languages are made bossy is to make programs precise and unambiguous.
The electronic data interchange (EDI) standard is unambiguous, independent of any particular machine, and flexible enough to handle most simple electronic transactions.
By making use of a single checkmark menu item instead (Status bar is either checked or unchecked), you can make the meaning unambiguous.
For example, hovering over a part of a scene could open a ToolTip-like menu that lets users select one or more overlapping objects (this menu wouldn’t be necessary in the simple case of one unambiguous object). If individual facets, vertices, or edges can be selected, each should hint at its pliancy as the mouse rolls over it.
As Eugene Ferguson has pointed out, A technologist thinks about objects that can not reduced to unambiguous verbal descriptions: they are dealt with in his mind a visual, nonverbal process...The designer and the inventor.., are able to assemble and manipulate in their minds devices that as yet do not exist.
Article 2The date of payment, place of payment and place of issue, if specified on a bill of exchange, shall legible and unambiguous.
Article 7Particulars such as the place of payment and the place of issue specified on a promissory note shall legible and unambiguous.