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opine

[′ō‚pīn]
(biochemistry)
A type of amino acid usually not found in nature, such as that secreted by a crown gall.
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Summary: Dispelling apprehensions over the future of the two-wheeler segment with the launch of India's cheapest car Nano, Pawan Munjal, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Hero Honda Motors, opines that it will have no bearing in the two-wheeler market.
While "it is clear that XBRL (eXtensible Business Reporting Language) will be the future of financial reporting; it's just not quite there yet," opines Jeff Somers, a CPA and principal with Roth-stein Kass' Corporate Governance Group (www.
In an editorial in a trade press targeting the newspaper business, Joe Strupp opines that if gays and lesbians took "their battle for true equality to the streets in huge numbers," our cause might become a "priority" in newspaper editorials.
Next week, Earl temporarily takes a job at a burger shack and is roundly bullied by his boss, which confuses his Carson Daly worldview: ``Karma should be kicking the crap out of that guy,'' he opines.
The political system is a moneyed oligarchy underneath its democratic trappings," Hayden opines.
Rodgers opines that the concept of belief is contrary to Humanist principles and ought to be omitted from Humanist Manifesto III.
CEOs have to get used to people making fun of them," opines Stern, 47.