Recent Examples on the Web Key dashboards that unequivocally display the health of the network against those metrics, including the variety of related revenues (e.g. gas, transaction, or minting fees). —William Mougayar, Fortune Crypto, 12 May 2023 There’s nothing quite like finding the perfect pair of cool sneakers that are not only unequivocally stylish, but also downright comfortable. —Nerisha Penrose, elle.com, 22 Apr. 2023 For some activists, these actions are merely performative, as nothing as dramatic has been done on behalf of the lives of young Latine women like Guillén and Basaldua Ruiz, who risk their lives to serve a nation meant to unequivocally support and care for them. —Marjua Estevez, refinery29.com, 20 Apr. 2023 Both women agree the talks unequivocally succeeded. —Mark Sappenfield, The Christian Science Monitor, 18 Apr. 2023 Hurts answered them unequivocally and, now, the 2020 second-round pick becomes the NFL's best compensated player after just three seasons. —Nate Davis, USA TODAY, 17 Apr. 2023 Jacoby complains that some writers and human rights groups did not unequivocally support the politics of Charlie Hebdo after the horrific shooting at its offices. —Michael W. Clune, Harper’s Magazine , 7 Apr. 2023 Friday is the 90th anniversary of one of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s most unequivocally positive economic policies: the relegalization of beer. —Jason Taylor, wsj.com, 6 Apr. 2023 And as a collective, the Pacers have been unequivocally bad defensively, ranking 28th in the 30-team NBA in points allowed per game (119.0), 23rd in field goal percentage defense (.484) and 26th in defensive rating (116.9 points per 100 possessions). —Dustin Dopirak, The Indianapolis Star, 6 Apr. 2023 See More
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