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United States' claims that their troops are allegedly in Syria to fight terrorists are unconvincing and do not stand up to criticism," the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement, Sputnik reported.
Daniel Radcliffe Well told because it's never less than absorbing, unconvincing because the Harry Potter star - 5ft 5ins and still looking about 14 - portrays a thuggish skinhead.
Well told because it's absorbing, unconvincing because the Harry Potter star - 5ft 5in and still looking about 14 - portrays a thuggish skinhead.
Radcliffe Well told because it's nver less than absorbing, unconvincing because the Harry Potter star - 5ft 5ins and still looking about 14 - portrays a thuggish skinhead.
David Cameron was unconvincing as Prime Minister of this once great country and, as for Ed Miliband, not a great performance.
It was the second unconvincing victory in Beijing for Williams, who only showed rare moments of her trademark power-play when she overcame Italian Francesca Schiavone 6-4, 7-5 in her second-round match.
MikelCeArteta halted Arsenal's slump by producing a late winner against 10-man Queens Park Rangers, clinching victory despite another unconvincing performance from the hosts
RUGBY UNION: Two second-half tries from John Barclay helped Scotland prepare for their tour of Argentina with a comfortable if largely unconvincing 24-5 warmup victory over a Japan Select XV.
And that's pretty much all you need to know if searching for the reasons an unconvincing, uninspiring Celtic managed to coast to victory despite the best efforts of a Falkirk side fighting for their life at the bottom of the SPL.
Jeleva demonstrated very little knowledge of her portfolio; she was unconvincing," Svoboda said.
Byline: Chelsea stuttered to an unconvincing victory over Apoel Nicosia thanks to a first-half goal from Nicolas Anelka.
We have to say that we found Coun Stone's explanation of the email he sent to colleagues unconvincing.