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In 1950, the think-tank said, only 10% of the public told Gallup they believed in ghosts, and just 2% thought they had seen one.
They know whom they have believed -- anyone who sounds just like them.
Smith and Williams (1999) also found that non-disabled preschoolers perceived that persons with physical disabilities were also believed to have cognitive disabilities as well.
Regarding the first question, most respondents believed that New York's office sector was stabilized, but a slight decline in the sector's health this year would not come as a surprise.
Years ago, I quit drinking because I believed I was an alcoholic, and if this is true it makes taking even doctor-prescribed drugs problematic.
Once upon a not-so-distant past, many coaches believed that cardiovascular conditioning should be the focus of exercise regimens and that strength training could cause hypertension, orthopedic injuries, and decreased flexibility.
Although the industry believed SEMCI was the solution to connecting agents and carriers, the SEMCI batch interface made it difficult to synchronize editing and business rules and accommodate company-to-company differences.
Although nuclear energy is widely believed to be unsafe and extremely dangerous, Dottori says it does not pollute, it is a clean energy, and it is safe.
And sometimes it is also the only thing that drives a philosopher to philosophize, and a writer to write: to leave a message in the bottle, because in some way what we believe in, or what we think is beautiful, might be believed in or found beautiful by posterity.
The Connie Maxwell Home enthusiastically supported the "cottage plan" because the administration believed it approximated a genuine home environment as closely as possible.
TEI has long believed that the Code's interest and penalty provisions are unduly complex and inequitable, and they impose unreasonable burdens on both taxpayers and the government.
The Board has long believed that significant reductions can be made in regulatory burden by eliminating requirements that are redundant or have outlived their usefulness.