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I don't want my friends, family, of fellow citizens to get sucked into believing they are treating a chemical imbalance with medicine when what they are actually doing is taking drugs to feel better.
Storyteller Dolina Wallace, who reminds Walker of his believing maternal grandmother, tells the story of a guy who annoyed some naked sprites frolicking in a pool and ended up blind.
In addition to believing that a much clearer definition is needed of the term "tax shelter,"(3) TEI offers the following summary of its conclusions and recommendations concerning corporate tax shelters:
Young renters are especially optimistic, with 59 percent of renters age 18-24 and 65 percent of renters age 25-34 believing homeownership is in reach for people in their early 30s.
Anyone who has chuckled at an outrageous headline blazing across a supermarket tabloid can tell you that understanding an idea and believing in that idea do not go hand-in-hand.
Gilbert and his co-workers have yet to study whether distracted attention increases the likelihood of believing obviously outrageous assertions.
Believing that a smaller Oversight Board would operate more efficiently (and be less likely to be dominated by "constituency politics"), TEI urges the conferees to adopt the Senate bill's provision on the size of the Board.
Don't we Catholics and other believing people have a special responsibility to take a stand that demands equal justice for everyone?
Interestingly, female respondents felt even more strongly about healthcare costs than their male counterparts, with 68 percent believing money wasn't an object when it came to healthcare.
The attendees expect the stock market to have a good year, with a majority believing both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and NASDAQ Composite Index will climb more than ten percent (10%) in 2001.