pository

pository

slang An informal way of saying "yes" or "affirmative." Modeled on (and the positive equivalent of) the more common "negatory," meaning "no." Both terms mimic formal, military-style communication. A: "Will I get you a coffee while I'm there?" B: "Pository, that'd be lovely!" A: "Should we lock these up before you leave?" B: "Pository."

pository

mod. yes; positive. Q: Is this the right one? A: Pository.
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Robert Ochola, Afreximbank's director of strategy and innovation says three main projects are driving his bank's technological strategy: "They are an African Customer Due Diligence Re- pository Platform (that pools the data of African SMEs, corporates, banks, etc.); a cross- border payment and settlement platform; and exploring the utilisation of blockchain to facilitate intra-Africa trade."
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This respect and reverence for creation was a powerful message in Francis' time, a time which was very much entangled in a dualistic understanding of the world in which the material world was viewed as evil and the spiritual world as the pository of goodness.