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kre duhb lee

  • r  easy to believe on the basis of available evidence

  • Iran and the IAEA would agree on terms of the continuous presence of inspectors in Iran to verify credibly that no diversion takes place in Iran.
  • When Bush looked into Putin's soul in 2001 and declared it good, he could credibly propose a broad-ranging agenda that would address many of the world's major problems: missile .
  • Their actions were so willful and blatantly self-centered that the two of them could have credibly fashioned themselves as rebels, possibly even as heroes, if they could have just .

  • President Bush in
    While there remains "understandable debate" about whether the war was worth fighting, Bush said "war critics can no longer credibly argue that we're losing in Iraq."
  • Chris Grayling in
    After the Border Agency announced its findings, Chris Grayling, the shadow home secretary, said: "We can't see how Baroness Scotland can credibly stay in her job. She was the minister who steered this law through the House of Lords and who insisted...
  • Timothy Geithner in Seattle Times
    We could not credibly threaten not to pay. That meant putting AIG into bankruptcy. At the time, we were working desperately to rebuild confidence in the financial system,Geithner said in written remarks. "Any suggestion that we might let...

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