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Supported unquestioningly by much of the domestic media, Sisi was certain to generate positive headlines during his visit, accompanied by Foreign Minister Nabil Fahmy.
Here is some advice for anyone who loves or cares for someone with ME, ask them what would be best for them at Christmas and then, unconditionally, unquestioningly, do as they request.
Reverend August Briar, a man who believes himself destined to be God's greatest prophet, unquestioningly adheres to Biblical teachings, including the 6,000-year-old age of the Earth taken from a literal interpretation of the canon.
Gulf News contents itself with unquestioningly repeating the statements made by Enoc/Eppco regarding upgradation to the petrol pumping network facility terminal equipment.
The standards and principles governing our behaviour which were unquestioningly accepted in one generation may not be so accepted in the next.
then it is easy to go to a situation where there is just one leader in the country whose words are written in granite and who must be followed unquestioningly.
When the implementation arrives, they will unquestioningly go along.
That was what I was told by a seasoned racing expert in the early summer of 1983, and I believed it unquestioningly.
The FDA and other critics of off-label drug promotion exaggerate the credulity of physicians and their willingness to unquestioningly trust information distributed by drug manufacturers," retorts Conko.
Phil Townshend, chairman of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust, said: "As a society we owe them (Armed Forces) a debt and should unquestioningly support them in any way they need.
Even so, Hartnett maintains a consistent pace throughout that banishes tedium and accepts unquestioningly the story's gradual immersion into fantasy.
All one needs to do is design research projects based on these unquestioned assumptions and just as unquestioningly accept the resulting research findings as the 'truth'.