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"During the hearing, Dinesh admitted to putting something in his mouth but couldn't remember what it was, which I found unconvincing as a defence and the fact remains it was an artificial substance," the report quoted Srinath, as saying in the statement.
"Allegations of chemical use have become an unconvincing broken record, except for some countries that trade with the blood of civilians and support terrorism in Syria.
Well told because it's absorbing, unconvincing because the Harry Potter star - 5ft 5in and still looking about 14 - portrays a thuggish skinhead.
Radcliffe Well told because it's nver less than absorbing, unconvincing because the Harry Potter star - 5ft 5ins and still looking about 14 - portrays a thuggish skinhead.
She portrayed her own vision of an independent Scotland much more than Leanne Wood, whose arguments were unconvincing.
Ms Sturgeon portrayed her own vision of an independent Scotland much more than Leanne Wood, whose arguments were rather unconvincing.
BEIJING -- Serena Williams edged her way into the quarter-finals of the China Open Thursday, claiming victory over Maria Kirilenko in two unconvincing sets, with the scores finishing 7-5, 7-5.
It was an unconvincing performance from Khan, who rallied for a deserved 115-113, 115-112, 114-113 unanimous verdict.
Mikel Arteta halted Arsenal's slump by producing a late winner against 10-man Queens Park Rangers, clinching victory despite another unconvincing performance from the hosts.
This newspaper has long been concerned about the detrimental impact such wind farms can have on the natural landscape, while the economic case for wind energy remains unconvincing.
The 30-year-old scrum-half was included as one of 11 changes to the XV which recorded an unconvincing 34-24 win over Romania on Saturday, with Allan Jacobsen, Kelly Brown, Max Evans and Sean Lamont the only players retained.
Law struggles, Fiennes is unconvincing but Harris lends some weight.