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To acknowledge world best quality of mangoes of Pakistan a two-member team of Implausible Blog has visited mango orchards in Multan under arrangements of Pakistan Horticulture
In addition, the form of the selection's victory in last month's Group 1 Lockinge Stakes at Newbury has worked out well, so it is by no means implausible that he could win what could turn out to be a tactical race.
England's population is in fact only 53 million, yet it is still six million higher than that of those implausible and illogical world and European champions, Spain.
When you " reel off Eastenders storylines they seem implausible "
From standards for judging believes deemed implausible to descriptions of who tends to accept them in this country, IMPLAUSIBLE BELIEFS offers an in-depth examination of the focus and meaning of religious views in modern society, and deserves a place on the shelf of any college-level social issues collection and the study list of non-specialist general readers with an interest in how belief systems are created, evolve, and endure.
Dull descriptions of cricket in New York, stilted dialogue and implausible characters
Implausible beliefs; in the Bible, astrology, and UFOs.
Her hem and haws and squeaks can't help but be endearing, but she appears so unconvinced by the majority of her lines that the trickier bits (like the blithe acknowledgment of her late-in-life sexuality) come off as implausible.
Against: For all its entertainment value, not a great Scorsese film, mainly due to implausible plot that hijacks every scene.
In this town, worlds collide, barriers are broken and the implausible persists.
You could construct 100 hypotheticals involving utilitarian tradeoffs and terrorism, none less plausible or implausible than the first.
What is implausible is that someone could make up this story, but what is entirely plausible is that someone chronicling these historical events would include such confirmable facts," Kinneer said.