misbelieve


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-- Alleviation of baseless worries and misbelieves associated with suffering from HCV infection
Moreover, teachers can confront the students' misbelieves by providing them with complete and accurate information regarding the course goals.
Thus, their purpose is to clarify misbelieves regarding the sense of certain economic theories and to identify and propose different views and approaches regarding socio-economic matters.
Contrary to our misbelieves, they clean our world (which we creatively pollute) as they hunt insects and pests when they are asleep at night and when they cannot see the bats which are highly energetic and can see at night.
A majority of the fruit farmers in these districts are unaware of ecological services rendered by the fruit bats and do not hesitate to kill them on account of their misbelieves. They consider fruit bats as pests that poach ripe fruits from their farms at night.
The authors postulate that they may have misbelieves in their own ability and under estimate their chance of success.
From his travels Paul knows it's best to love everything "just a little bit, so when they broke its back, or shoved it in a croaker sack, well, maybe you'll have a little love left over for the next one." Sethe misbelieves that "the future was a matter of keeping the past at bay"; her love is "too thick." Even the land isn't theirs.
In addition, misbelieves and other information conveyed by the participants were listed.