affirmance

[uh-fur-muhns]
noun

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English affermance < Middle French; see affirm, -ance

nonaffirmance, noun
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Failure to so comply would result in the affirmance of the appeal by operation of law.
If an appeal is taken, the divorce is not absolute until after affirmance of the decree.
In his response to the self-insured's appeal, the claimant urges affirmance.
The claimant responds to the appeal, urging affirmance.
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