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Bryan Cooper, who rides Credulous, might enjoy better luck on Easter Hunt in the opener and fencing debutant Akorakor in the beginners chase.
THE danger new media pose to the credulous was laid bare yesterday when PR tweeters at Paul Nicholls' press day were left up the creek after failing to realise the nugget of breaking Cheltenham news they were eagerly relaying to the world was, in fact, a joke.
Even if this were credulous, it pokes a hole in R T Martin's otherwise interesting observations about latent heat in the same issue of PE.
People like Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson, for example, play a vital role in trying to reverse a trend identified by Carl Sagan in his 1996 book, The Demon-Haunted World: "The dumbing down of America is most evident in the slow decay of substantive content in the enormously influential media, the 30 second sound bites (now down to 10 seconds or less), lowest common denominator programming, credulous presentations on pseudoscience and superstition, but especially a kind of celebration of ignorance.
An excitable press release got a lot of credulous journalists pumped up about declaring a 'supercomputer' had convinced a group of judges that it was actually a person.
February s love-themed malicious spam was dominated by Trojans, as the cybercriminals mass mailings targeted credulous users with a Trojan-Dropper.
Neurosynaptic is a leader in the Tele-Health domain and has done credulous work in India through their cutting edge technology solutions making healthcare both affordable and available in the excluded parts of the country; we are excited about the growth prospects for the sector and Neurosynaptic in the coming years.
Sure, she welcomes them, she is just as happy to take money from them as she is from her credulous followers.
They should honestly learn from the terrible experiences that other women go through when they are too credulous," he said.
At Hexham Abbey, Rector Graham Usher writes, "Isn't the call of this season to be in solidarity with the homeless who find no room at the inn, the outcasts with credulous eyes, the refugees fleeing to a distant land?
The first conscious systems will be childish, credulous, biased, paranoid, and even profoundly stupid, just like humans.
However, the Germans have predictably remained totally credulous as ever and are certainly not beginning to believe all the plaudits being thrown the way of their league competition.