expression of conviction

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An expression of conviction from the Albion fans after relegation was confirmed on Sunday - the majority seem to have the belief that the footballing principles of manager Tony Mowbray will be enough to ensure a swift return from the Coca-Cola Championship
This can be an expression of conviction and commitment, but to be journalism it must submit to the test of truthfulness.
The museum director, Dr Erich Marx, introduced the afternoon, which through words and music became an expression of conviction and restitution.
testament In literature, a tribute or an expression of conviction, as in Thomas Usk's prose allegory The Testament of Love (c.
But as John Pope-Hennessy states, by the end of the Quattrocento "portraiture, like other art forms, [had become] an expression of conviction.