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be of the opinion that

To have a particular belief, thought, or view. My mom is of the opinion that people should buy homes instead of renting, but I just don't have that kind of money for a down payment.
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be of the opinion that...

(formal) think or believe that...: I’m firmly of the opinion that smoking should be banned in all public places.
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"I am of the opinion that we will all be glad of a bite and sup.
I therefore am of the opinion that Nathaniel Bumppo has lost his chance, and must pay another shilling before he renews his right.”
"For myself," said Sir Nigel, "I have heard such words fall from the lips of this lady that I am of the opinion that there is no woman, save only one, who can be in any way compared to her in beauty and in goodness.
I am of the opinion that studies won't solve the flooding problem, rather practical measures are needed.
The message reads: 'It is heartwarming that we do not have much religious crisis in Nigeria like we do hear about some countries in the media, but I am of the opinion that we can do better especially in sustaining peace through the peaceful practice of our respective religions.
I am of the opinion that it is time for a change and to rid the political noose hanging over all councils across the UK.
Mr Rees wrote in his letter: "I am of the opinion that primary school pupils aren't mature enough to watch a programme of this nature where a person's appearance is more important than their personality.
'I am of the opinion that there are many people in Malaysia but the Malaysians do not want to work, so we give everything to the others.
The notice by the President said "I am of the opinion that by the reason of a public emergency in Sri Lanka, it is expedient, so to do, in the interest of public security, the preservation of public order and the maintenance of supplies and services essential to the life of the communityKnow ye that, I, Maithripala Sirisena, President, by virtue of the powers vested in me by section 2 of the Public Security Ordinance (Chapter 40) as amended by Act, No.
'I am of the opinion that the zero-rating regime for five export oriented sectors must continue because there is no logic to collect taxes and then issue refunds as it will create liquidity crunch for export industry,' Abdul Razak Dawood said in an exclusive interview with The News here at his ministerial office on Sunday
I HAVE never questioned Mr Gibson for all that he has done for Middlesbrough Football Club, but after being a season ticket holder for more than 50 years, I am of the opinion that the club no longer has any ambition to move forward.
If any review is to be carried out, and I am of the opinion that it should urgently, the NHS must be looked at as a whole with regard to need and the desirous, with any of the latter being charged for.
I am of the opinion that there is really nothing wrong at all with the NHS structure and its provisions in South Tyneside as my family and I have benefitted from the various services over the years through the doctors and staff at Palmer Hospital in Jarrow and at the South Tyneside General Hospital in South Shields.
The performance of the department was satisfying and I am of the opinion that officers of DGPR and information department will continue to work with same zeal, passion and hard work to serve the nation in future as well.'
I, for one, am of the opinion that we should focus on packaged milk to keep us healthy and safe from the hazards that loose milk poses.