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Today, we can state with conviction that our law enforcing agencies continue to squeeze the space for individual militants and that there is no organised presence of terrorist groups within our territory,' he said.
We see many outward facing privacy notices online that state with conviction that data is not shared with any third parties.
How many of us can take pride and state with conviction that our school system and its teachers actually shape the future of the students?
He said that he must state with conviction and faith as a Muslim that the allegations against him were totally false and intended to damage his personal reputation and standing as a judge.
James Bywater, an occupational psychologist at SHL, said: 'The new data allows us to state with conviction that there is a difference in both personality and abilities of applicants applying earlier in the recruitment cycle
James Bywater, an occupational psychologist at SHL, said: "The new data allows us to state with conviction that there is a difference in both personality and abilities of applicants applying earlier in the recruitment cycle.
So can we state with conviction which is truly the "people's club" on Merseyside?
So, I can state with conviction that if the mosquito serves as the agent of malaria, then the illegal gun is surely the agent of homicide.

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