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believing

bi lee ving

  • n  the cognitive process that leads to convictions
    seeing is believing
  • v  accept as true; take to be true
  • v  judge or regard; look upon; judge
  • v  be confident about something
  • v  follow a credo; have a faith; be a believer
  • v  credit with veracity

  • But with knowledge stolen from years of voracious reading, Einhorn charmed many into believing the planet was warping into new frontiers and only the Unicorn could lead them into .
  • We've been borrowing, borrowing, borrowing living off and believing in the wealth effect, first in stocks, which ended badly, then in real estate, which has ended even worse.
  • Both passages make two points in common: that a bishop or church elder must be faithful to his wife and rule strictly over believing children.
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  • Donovan in The Daily News of Newburyport
    We all spoke about first of all believing that we could do it,Donovan said. "My guess is there aren't many teams in this tournament that could have done what we did, and arguably win the game. And that is what the American spirit is about,...
  • Doc Rivers in msnbc.com
    This starting five has never lost a series, ever,Rivers said. "We believed that coming into the season, and we just kept believing."
  • Carlos Quentin in USA Today
    What did happen was kind of unfortunate. It's kind of something that, you know, I still have trouble believing that it happened that way,Quentin said Friday. "My last at-bat, the second pitch I fouled off against Lee. Something I've done...

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