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The court held there was a basis for a verdict acquitting the defendant of second-degree robbery, because "[t]he jurors could have believed [the defendant] was complicit in the taking of money from [the victim], believed [the victim's] testimony that no gun or knife was used, and disbelieved [the victim's] testimony about the use of physical force.
During subsequent interviews, patients reported feeling dismissed and disbelieved by healthcare providers, encountering providers who did not invest in them or show insight into their condition.
836 million dollars in July to November 2014-15 but exporters disbelieved the official statistics saying the ground realities contradict the growth.
The Rt Rev Paul Butler, Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, said for "far too long" the church, notably those in senior positions, had either disbelieved the stories of victims, believed them but tried to hide the truth away, or hoped that by removing an offender the problem would go away.
Yeah, we would have disbelieved that, too, but "Maggots Ate Her Brain," by The Lurking Corpses not only goes there, but pulls it off with aplomb.
When betting, we should yearn with all our heart to be disbelieved.
Sentencing Qazi, Judge James Pyke told him: "It is patent that the jury quite simply disbelieved your account.
Researchers then compared the fMRI images recorded when subjects believed, disbelieved, or could not determine the truth of the statements.
The new therapy must be disbelieved, denied, discouraged and disallowed at all costs, regardless of actual testing results, and preferably without any testing at all.
Yet others disbelieved and thought of him God-strong,