On the occasion that rumors or speculation appear on The Fly's news feed, it should be viewed not as giving credence to
the conjecture, rather as simply highlighting its impact on the stock prices of the companies involved.
'As bishop of Caloocan, I sincerely wish the PNP could give more time and effort [to] investigating the truth behind these killings than giving credence to
the lies now being peddled by a certain Peter Advincula, alias 'Bikoy,'' David said.
Examining unions played an essential part in setting standards and giving credence to
professionally organised schemes of learning.
Al Ahbabi said: "We are delighted to be recognised with these awards, giving credence to
our effective innovative approach to Shari'ah compliant banking."
Before giving credence to
such synthetic protests, voters might care to ask why the Government keeps pumping millions into the wasteful demolition schemes that scar Victorian neighbourhoods adjoining the city centre, when resources are so scarce that basic services are now being removed across the city.
A spokeswoman for parents Gerry and Kate McCann say they were not giving credence to
the claims at this stage.
The team should have ruled out the idea from the start, because their presence is giving credence to
president Robert Mugabe's evil regime.
Sanders said that he understood Golden's and other senators' reluctance to support the UN, giving credence to
their critiques of the international peacekeeping organization.
A complete index and list of notes follow his observations, giving credence to
Unfortunately, by giving credence to
theistic evolution, he weakens his presentation as well as calling into question Jesus' and the New Testament writers' acceptance of the historical essentials of Genesis 11, and scripture in general.
A new examination of forensic documents that includes a drawing of the crime scene and first hand testimony, giving credence to
Packer's version of the incident.
They understand that fame, fortune, and professional success alone do not guarantee wealth--there are too many "riches-to-rags" morality tales of top athletes and entertainers filing for bankruptcy protection and facing poverty to continue giving credence to
So maybe they didn't actually raise the roof, and perhaps the earth didn't exactly move, but on Wednesday evening in the NEC Arena, Pulp delivered a tight, professional and highly enjoyable concert, once again giving credence to
rumours that they might b e the best live act in the country.
He is in charge, even overbearingly so, transforming his near-death experience at the hands of Valerie Solanas into another publicity stunt (and giving credence to
his nickname "Drella," a portmanteau of Dracula and Cinderella).
There are a few slips, as in giving credence to
propagandistic claims - refuted by historians such as Yehoshua Porath of Hebrew University - that a substantial part of the Arab Palestinian population was made up of immigrants from other Arab countries who were attracted by opportunities opened up by Zionist settlers (which, if true, he says, would make the "later displacement...less onerous") (p.