harbor suspicions

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No more did Teeka, the mother, or Taug, the sullen sire, harbor suspicions of Tarzan's intentions toward their first-born.
Ummi members also harbor suspicions about the administration's real reasons for subjecting Marawi to a siege.
Although the administration eventually said it had no plans to allow such transactions, the GOP continues to harbor suspicions that is what Obama wishes to do.
All the same, a significant minority may continue to harbor suspicions as to his credentials.
Nevertheless, the Israelis clearly still harbor suspicions that Hezbollah is operating in the rural areas.
GOP lawmakers harbor suspicions that Democrats plan to undermine the bipartisan reform effort to preserve their standing with Latinos.
Good little capitalists that we are, weaned on notions of meritocracy, we harbor suspicions that a failure to thrive points to a failure of character.
The author explains how China and India have evolved as current world powers, predicts their potential, evaluates the long-term strength of the U.S., and suggests what our nation must do to prevent the forces of global growth "from turning into forces of global disorder and disintegration." Although changes in India, China, and most other emerging countries reflect Western (basically American) influence, some countries harbor suspicions about each other and the U.S.; what next occurs in the world very well might prove to be "less about culture and more about power."
Government officials have accused the Sunnis of blackmail and obstructionism and harbor suspicions that some among the largest Sunni parliamentary bloc, Tawafiq, provide aid to insurgents.
And so long as there is a possibility of devaluation and debt default, no matter how remote, the markets will continue to harbor suspicions, and investors will be hesitant to commit funds, In this environment, the risk of a new crisis emerging remains considerable.
To harbor suspicions so perverse, to remove the father so completely from his natural role and assume that without motherly supervision he will become a predator, speaks volumes about Whitehead's adherence to degrading and stereo-typical gender roles.
In this technical note we briefly report the results of five studies designed to explore whether in fact a negative relationship exists between belief in ESP and two components of Type A personality, namely, hurried impatience, and mistrust, or the tendency to harbor suspicions. In all five studies, belief in the paranormal was measured according to the 13-item Australian Sheep-Goat Scale (i.e., the 10-item scale described in Thalbourne [1981], augmented by three further belief items [see the Appendix of the full paper of Thalbourne, 1985]).