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Among non-Hispanic students, eight of nine believed W would work and only five of nine opined NW would work.
On the third question, given choices ranging from "slide into decline," to, "provide even higher gains than 2003," respondents overwhelming believed that the stock market would continue to provide gains, albeit modest ones.
He believed that the individual should train this way three times per week.
Northern missionaries to Appalachia believed that mountaineers had been particularly isolated from mainstream American life and consequently lacked schools and churches, the institutions they most needed for "proper" socialization.
20) Special rules apply in respect of "tax shelters," where the penalty can be avoided only if the taxpayer establishes that, in addition to having substantial authority, it reasonably believed that the treatment claimed was more likely than not the proper treatment of the item; adequate disclosure has no effect on the application of the penalty in respect of tax shelters.
What Fred imagined, or made-believe, in his daydream was something that he did not believe to be reality, while what he believed to be reality was not what he made-believe or imagined.
Although the SEC believed this approach generally worked well, it issued a release in 1987 that solicited comments on a number of MD&A issues, including whether the disclosures went far enough with respect to disclosure about risks and uncertainties.
Minnesota residents believed those who are hungry deserve help.
Like my grandmother picking out the suit for my Bar Mitzvah, they believed that there should be room to grow.
TEI has long believed that, along with ongoing communication between the parties, a key to currency is investing case managers with clear authority to resolve (or settle) issues and holding them accountable for the proper exercise of that authority.
Figure 7: Vendors believed to be leaders in the field of security solutions
The last words of the Emancipation Proclamation are, ``And upon this act, sincerely believed to be an act of justice, warranted by the Constitution upon military necessity, I invoke the considerate judgment of mankind and the gracious favor of Almighty God.