GE's conference call with analysts also cast doubt
on the outlook.
Kiev [Ukraine], May 27 ( ANI ): A few minutes after clinching a third Champions League trophy in three years, legendary footballer Cristiano Ronaldo cast doubt
over his future with Real Madrid.
O'Sullivan has won the title in the two previous years the event has been held, but he has now cast doubt
on his participation after he told fans on Twitter that he had no plans to take part in the tournament.
Their findings, published in the European Pain Journal, cast doubt
on the notion of routinely using paracetamol as your first choice painkiller.
KEVIN KEEGAN has cast doubt
on David Beckham's hopes of making another England comeback or even coping with a return to the Barclays Premier League.
Summary: Tehran on Tuesday cast doubt
on the authenticity of documents published by WikiLeaks and told its Arab neighbors not to fall into the whistleblower's "trap."
The Manchester City star's Wales future remains up in the air after boss John Toshack cast doubt
on his long-term role ahead of the Euro 2012 campaign.
Summary: A survey of more than 5,500 firms has cast doubt
on whether the UK really did emerge from recession between July and September.
TOKYO - Finance Minister Kaoru Yosano on Friday cast doubt
on the effectiveness of new policies under consideration by the main opposition Democratic Party of Japan ahead of the forthcoming general election.
Other researchers cast doubt
on that idea, noting that hip joints permitting such flexibility aren't found in any related dinosaur.
EADS finance head Hans Peter Ring meanwhile cast doubt
over the A380 freighter version -- UPS has 10 on order, while International Lease Finance Corporation (ILFC) has five The biggest buyer of the world's biggest plane, Emirates, said last month it would send its own audit team to Airbus before entering talks to address the A380's two-year delay.
Some writers have attempted to cast its creators as committed communists, but post-perestroika scholarship has cast doubt
on that interpretation.
Because it is a fact not open to irrefutable proof--like say two and two equal four-although it is altogether likely that advanced mathematicians can cast doubt
even on that modest proposal.
With such a comparison, one may recognize how Handforth, taking formalism into a narrative practice, also manages to cast doubt
on the reliability of our very sense of perception by distorting a commonplace thing, thereby thrusting it into a realm of uncertainty.