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Vanbrugh, otherwise best known as a playwright, used his charm and self-conviction to assure Charles that he was the man to design one of the greatest country houses in Europe.
It is this extraordinary self-conviction that makes many in Europe's capitals shudder, and in this respect it will be the actions of Condoleeza Rice, the President's nominee for Secretary of State, that will be closely watched.
They find it difficult to connect the poem's self-conviction of sin with its eleven-year-old translator, except as an example of the precocious gravity of Tudor children.
The kingdom established the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry (BICI) out of a self-conviction to serve national interests, he said, and the government accepted its recommendations and committed itself to implementing most of them.
Our target consumers have the self-conviction and the self-confidence to remain true to themselves.