preconceived notion


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Everyone asks if there's, like, a preconceived notion about working with her,'' says Gyllenhaal, who plays Holden, Justine's younger lover.
My impression is that the security officers at the college have a preconceived notion as to what is gang attire.
Summary: Two friends say preconceived notions about the other were shattered after they shared their personal experiences
Having no artistic background has actually been liberating since I'll dive into challenges without any preconceived notions and I am gradually developing my own style of working.
Summary: New Delhi [India], August 3 (ANI): Culture Machine's digital channel 'Blush' and Bollywood actor Prateik Babbar have collaborated for the very first time for a unique video that exemplifies the need to minimize preconceived notions and judgmental criticism.
Let us set aside any preconceived notions and let's recognize that while we may have disagreements, we can --and must--come together, find common ground and put the needs of our students first,'' she said.
She had profound influence on the millennials and the youth, constantly challenging preconceived notions both political and social,' he added.
Delivering smart customer service starts with taking a fresh look at the entire customer service process, without prejudice or preconceived notions.
Chris Naylor and his wife moved to the Middle East to set up a branch of the environmental agency A Rocha in Lebanon--and they arrived with many preconceived notions of Lebanese and Middle Eastern life.
We are bombarded with cultural assumptions every day, particularly in the media, and being an effective communicator means letting go of our own preconceived notions about our team members and the backgrounds they come from.
MANY of the preconceived notions regarding the Kerry Agribusiness Irish St Leger had to be abandoned from an early stage with the elimination of a number of the major fancies led by Droopys Nidge.