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Mr Kelly said: "These incredulous allegations are entirely without foundation and were obviously extremely distressing, hurtful and damaging to the claimant.
She responds to the unobtainable construction of the idealized woman with incredulous zingers and unmuffled sarcasm.
Dear Editor, I find it rather incredulous that Richard Burden is claiming that if it wasn't for him then there would have been no consultation about the Longbridge redevelopment.
THE government's recent admission that prisoners taking courses in jail have been paid loans and grants usually given to help students pay for food and rent is incredulous.
ARSENAL coach Arsene Wenger was incredulous after being dismissed from the dug-out last night - but he and his captain Kolo Toure had no complaints about the result as Sevilla ended the already qualified Gunners' long unbeaten record with a 3-1 victory.
I was incredulous that he was incredulous that Holyer should ask him to try to name the winner.
Wait a minute," said the reportedly incredulous senator, according the Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot.
An incredulous Ron struggles with jealousy and suspicion while the increasingly lovely Hermione finds herself drawn to the inarticulate but physical tournament champion Viktor Krum (Stanislav Ianevski).
The judge confirmed he would be eligible to apply for parole after only four-and-a-half years Norman Brennan, director of the Victims of Crime Trust, said: 'I find it incredulous that a dangerous sexual predator could be out on the streets in four years.
The expressions on people's faces wherever Andy came into view--dumbstruck, incredulous .
This incredulous number gets broken down even further.
The other disciples are just as incredulous, for the news "seemed to them an idle tale, and they did not believe them" (Luke 24:11).