popularly believed

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Those venerable and feeble persons were always seen by the public in the act of bowing, and were popularly believed, when they had bowed a customer out, still to keep on bowing in the empty office until they bowed another customer in.
This vocal exercise usually conquered Meg, but John sat as unmoved as the post which is popularly believed to be deaf.
This is an incredibly exciting discovery which suggests Neanderthals were much more sophisticated than is popularly believed.
The Traslacion (solemn transfer) is held every January 9, which is not its feast day of the Nazarene as popularly believed, but the reenactment of the image's Traslacion in 1787, to the Minor Basilica from its original shrine inside Intramuros.
He theorized that the Great Pyramids may have been constructed differently from what was popularly believed.
It is popularly believed that parts of the Rig Veda were written on the banks of the Saraswati.
Indeed, the economic performance of the bulk of the continent - the 48 countries comprising sub-Saharan Africa - has been far stronger than popularly believed.
The name is popularly believed to come from either the sound of dragging chains or shutting doors, but it more likely comes from the English word clinch, to fasten securely, or the Dutch klink (German and Danish klinke), a door latch.
This theme is stated most clearly in a discussion of a "Media Comparison," which indicates that the support for educational games as useful pedagogical tools is not as strong as is popularly believed, with computer-based slideshows being more educational in two out of the three principles examined.
The powdered horn, made of the substance similar to human fingernails, is popularly believed to have medicinal properties, although there is no scientific proof for the claim.
One call which whipped emergency services and the media into a frenzy was placed in 2007 when his force was alerted to reports of human remains in Wessenden Head on Saddleworth Moor, near to where it was popularly believed moors murderer, Ian Brady, had buried his victim, Keith Bennett.
In contrast, older businesses are stable and presumably have more access to capital than their younger counterparts, so it is popularly believed that older businesses are better equipped to deal with exogenous economic shocks.