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to give grounds for believing in the existence or presence of

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xxxix), too numerous for comfort, betoken carelessness, and shake the reader's confidence.
The purity of her line, the directness of her gesture, the clarity of her articulation, the vulnerability with which she permits the music to engulf her limbs, and the sheer naturalness of her demeanor--all betoken the guilelessness of this country at its finest.
A Wilhelm presidency would certainly betoken a fresh burst of activism and experimentation at the federation.
Cobras are for the aggressive; deers for nature lovers; buffalos for aficionados of the American West; while duck heads provide a functional grip betoken the sportsman.
Cool, grey eyes betoken the thinker and instantly, muscle and sinew put thoughts into action.
His use of the terms "lisible" or "lisibilite" may betoken faint praise: "[n]arration traditionnelle, evocations realistes [.
For example, six-years ago, Steinberg came into contact with the art of Feng Shui, which involves the Eastern art of arranging building and interior furnishings according to those elements that betoken good luck.
Then considering better of my first cloak which was white mingled with red, and that when I bought it first I would not by no means line it, no, not the collar, for then it could not simply betoken God his wrath, then considering the second suit of tawny, I understood it best became my sad and penitent mind.
Far from being mere satires of Abstract Expressionism, these works seem to betoken something else, the effort of an artist to anchor himself to something concrete (a known emblem like a flag or a target) in an environment of abstraction.
These choices betoken no lack of sympathy with the political aspirations of women, minorities, or citizens of the Third World.
For instance, Lawrence Stone has argued that the changes in settlement provisions from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries betoken a decreasingly material approach to marriage among the upper classes, a growing respect for romantic love and thus for the autonomy of young women at least in matters of the heart.
Needed is verb augur: To serve as an omen of; betoken.
But whether labor's new and creative initiatives betoken calmer skies for organized labor or are merely a silver lining on dark clouds ahead remains to be seen.
Poor fits, on the other hand, somehow betoken government interference in the marketplace.
The new crop of archbishops may betoken a more traditional ethos across the board.