It was the Supreme Court case that affirmed the right to legal counsel.
The judge said no, and her ruling was affirmed by a decision from a First Circuit appellate court.
Is Fisher really so callous in feeling that her hard work ought be “affirmed” just like that of black students?
Those who oppose health-care reform and the progress of our nation will no doubt try to unravel what the court has affirmed.
Netanyahu also affirmed that his new government is fully committed to negotiating a two-state solution with the Palestinians.
This is what occurred and is the truth, on the oath that he has taken, on which he affirmed and ratified it.
"What you say doesn't change the situation in the least," affirmed Mr. Fogg.
"It has only added to the general effect," affirmed the Squire.
"I think that Rosario has already forgiven me," affirmed Rey.
He affirmed it as clearly and as confidently as it is possible for us to do.
c.1300, from Old French afermier (Modern French affirmer) "affirm, confirm; strengthen, consolidate," from Latin affirmare "to make steady, strengthen," figuratively "confirm, corroborate," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + firmare "strengthen, make firm," from firmus "strong" (see firm (adj.)). Spelling refashioned 16c. in French and English on Latin model. Related: Affirmed; affirming.