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She was talked into the holiday but was dubious of leaving her children.
Nabiullina said that USD39bn of funds had left the country as part of dubious operations in 2012, and another USD22m had exited in the first three quarters of the year.
'Let's have proof, not statistics based on very dubious science.'
3799) which would prevent federal courts from even hearing cases involving government acknowledgment of "God as the sovereign source of law, liberty or government." (Legal scholars say such "court stripping" measures are of dubious constitutionality.)
Heaven protects herself by taking self-defense lessons but then begins working in a bar with late hours and dubious clientele.
An unpublished final draft of a white paper they produced includes what the Post describes as some of the first known instances of dubious statements that later ande it into public speeches by President Bush and other senior administration officials, including Bush's claim that Iraq sought so-called "yellowcake" uranium from Africa.
BRISTOL City boss Danny Wilson admitted his side had benefited from a dubious decision to take the lead.
A floater coffee is a floater coffee; I fail to see what is dubious about that.
The American Psychiatric Association not only stopped listing homosexuality as a disorder in 1973 but stated in 1990 that supposed therapies to control or change sexual orientation "do more harm than good." But Nicolosi, a psychologist rather than a psychiatrist, is president of the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality, a group that gay activists have long charged is an arm of the antigay religions right, using dubious science to disguise its moralism.
He also warned that dubious moves are made to confront Islam, Christianity and the West, and said terrorist acts are far removed from the precepts of any religion (Zenit, Oct 16/01).
Like stuffed crust pizzas, this stuffed ring has the dubious distinction of making regular pizza look virtuous.