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In fact, you are given to believe that most players around the world are treating their selection for international matches as a springboard to land up in the lap of a franchisee
From reading the article, the reader is given to believe that Welsh students currently studying in England pay the same as Welsh students studying in Wales.
He said: "It can now be proclaimed to the world that the dead and the wounded of Bloody Sunday, civil rights marchers, one and all, were innocent, one and all, gunned down on their own streets by soldiers who had been given to believe that they could kill with perfect impunity.
It can now be proclaimed to the world that the dead and the wounded of Bloody Sunday, civil rights marchers, one and all, were innocent, one and all, and gunned down on their own streets by soldiers who had been given to believe that they could kill with perfect impunity.
If, as we are given to believe, both engines failed as a result of ingesting a large flock of geese, this would have been a very difficult manoeuvre.
According to the EBC main news it was the fire on board the Cutty Sark, a disaster, one was given to believe, which was on a par almost with the Iraq war, or at the very least England's defeat at cricket.
Marcus Tregoning's colt won the Lingfield Derby trial in good style and, while that wasn't a race to set the Thames on fire, I am given to believe Aqaleem will improve and if he can handle Lingfield he can certainly do the same at Epsom, which is uncannily similar.
We had all been given to believe that the reported ill-will between the two men had been got up by the Press and was no more than what was called "media froth".
Up to last week, we were given to believe that the terrorists were home-grown, 'clean-skinned' and Muslim.
South Africans (and apparently the rest of the world) have been given to believe that the new gun laws in South Africa are to control guns.
Citizens Advice Bureaux administrator Joan Davis confirmed last night: "We have been given to believe that steps to protect school leavers are in the pipeline.
There's a drug bust involving minor players, and the culminating accident scene ends with an ambulance carting one of the characters off to hospital, but we're not given to believe his injuries are life-threatening.