This led him to believe
more firmly than ever that up above him, in society like Ruth and her family, all men and women thought these thoughts and lived them.
As previously reported, Cleveland Research analyst Steven Gojak downgraded McDonald's to Neutral from Buy after his industry checks led him to believe
that its comparable sale results in the second half will trend more in-line with consensus expectations.
He said a postal vote turnout of about 60% led him to believe
the overall figure could reach 40%.
Newton claims Miss Morrin had led him to believe
her baby was his up until the night he killed her.
"You led him to believe
that if he did not get the money he would be arrested and this is the threat that Thomas had made against him that day.
Although a fair number of the supposedly genuine "bloopers, blunders, botches, and boo-boos" presented on these pages were probably penned long ago by some professional humor writer--e.g., "The American Revolution began because the English put tacks in their tea"--even the hoariest chestnuts in Lederer's collection are sure to seem fresh and new to some student who picks up one of his books and discovers for the first time that the English language can be a lot more fun than his excruciatingly dull eighth-grade English teacher may have led him to believe
. And that, in my opinion, would be a lesson well worth learning.
We also learn about the pope's Carmelite mysticism, his intense prayer life, his most cherished teachings, and the extent to which Polish messianism led him to believe
that Poland would become a beacon for the conversion of Europe in a post-Communist world.