in the notion of "progress" and its concomitant assumption that change is, ipso facto, improvement.
This finding was so counterintuitive that some "experts" chose to disbelieve
it: Joe McIllhaney Jr.
He will say that the nation is in danger, that democracy and liberty are at stake, and that we must therefore send ships and planes to destroy our new enemy, and we will have no reason to disbelieve
Despite the naysayers who disbelieve
California's ability to follow through, Hogye expects "to see other states come on board because it's a good law and process and they'll want to be a part of it.
But it seems to me to be against all logic to disbelieve
in a creator, or a Divine Father, and at the same time proclaim that "humans are basically equal.
I truly believe that the vast majority of the British public, particularly in Wales, instinctively disbelieve
the reasons and excuses given for this war and are fundamentally opposed to any attack on Iraq.
But this doesn't mean to say that I then disbelieve
any thing that follows.
I am an atheist, perhaps even an embittered aheist, described by George Orwell in his book, Down and Out in Paris and London , as "the sort of atheist who does not so much disbelieve
in God as personally dislike Him".
There really wasn't any reason to disbelieve
it," comments Ken Moody of Lawrence Livermore (Calif.
Airbus` senior vice president said on 17 December that `I do disbelieve
it` because not only did most buyers have to disclose information to financial markets, both manufacturers are usually aware of what the other is involved in because they are usually both approached by the same customers.
He admitted to John McQuillan he dived and I have no reason at all to disbelieve
any of my players.
He was preempted by the very Wag the Dog scenario that everyone at the time professed to disbelieve
as too obvious - although it was scarcely less obvious than The Starr Report's strategic publication six weeks before the election.