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Majorities of Americans find statements by spokespersons from accounting firms (62%), banks (57%), and investment firms (52%) somewhat believable.
In a nutshell: Based on Katherine Paterson's acclaimed children's book, the story of two young teens who learn to cope with real-world troubles by meeting challenges in the fantasy forest is kept believable.
Validity does not necessarily predict clinical relevance, but it is certainly important to understand whether reported information is believable before deciding whether to rely upon it for changes in clinical management.
You'll find your copy becomes more believable and more successful.
Gerard Loughlin's essay on Ayn Rand's famous novel mixes literature, cinema and architecture with dreams, religion and biography in an entertaining and believable interpretation.
The arguments must be clear, the logical framework must be strong enough to withstand intelligent onslaughts, and, taken as a whole, the thesis must be believable.
In the second part of the essay he notes that the development of perspective was at the heart of a vast intellectual and moral project; the move toward three-dimensional, believable space in painting took place in the historical moment when human beings could believe themselves to be at the center of the universe.
The language is spare, but persuasive, and the plot believable.
It's the first really believable demonstration of the NEET phenomenon," which was first predicted 27 years ago, says Donald S.
After all, how believable is a computer-generated invading army of androids when you don't hear a single stomp or whir?
Because of its catastrophic scope, the nuclear menace is neither believable nor believed by the general public.
The poem "The Romance Between Us" exemplifies Harris's techniques of repeated refrain ("hand me my griot clothes"), repetition, punning, rhythmic insistence recalling contemporary African American musical and oral arts, vernacular lexicon and structures, embedded allusions, and believable narrative: