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Synonyms for credibly

easy to believe on the basis of available evidence

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The Deputy Premier stressed the importance of the role of Arab press in tackling Arab issues and dealing with information that has today become accessible to everybody and to accurately and credibly benefit the Arab nation.
The overwhelming consensus in the G20 is that eurozone should first credibly assess their solvency problems before the international community can step in," Mukherjee said.
People will be right to ask how these two firms can credibly continue to sell on the doorstep when their competitors have got the message that consumers don't like or value it.
About 5,000 priests and religious brothers have been identified as credibly accused of sexually violating minors.
In his speech to the Mansion House last night, Mervyn King said that the "fiscal tightening" expected to be confirmed in George Osborne's emergency Budget next week "cannot credibly be postponed".
Summary: As Pakistan comes under renewed international pressure to respond credibly to India's demands of providing a report of the investigation carried out by them of the Mumbai attacks, media reports are suggesting that the old machinery of disinformation in Pakistan is at work to complicate the issue.
Single Them Kids is about an ageing rocker trying to reconcile himself with the world of ringtones, R&B and hip-hop, yet Fixed To Ruin sounds credibly contemporary.
But my suggestion is that you should not focus so much on the fashion business, but you can instead pay more attention to Women in Business, and those who did credibly well in the past.
The Global Forest & Trade Network will work with Wal-Mart to phase out illegal wood sources from its supply chain and will increase its proportion of wood products that come from credibly certified sources.
Many conservatives are already so openly disgusted with the behavior of House Republicans--the spending, the corruption, the failure to stand up to the White House on civil liberties and separation of powers--that it will be hard for any Republican leader to credibly argue that a midterm loss is anything but a rebuke for that same behavior.
We are responsible for telling the Air Force story credibly and accurately.
Any book with enough thick description of the lives of working people that it could credibly be used to sustain multiple interpretations is a scholarly achievment.
For the communicator, the lesson is about authenticity: to be able to clearly, candidly and credibly explain why the organization must exist.
If you are not telling your own story, regularly and credibly, the combination of silence and the self-serving communication of others can distort the market's perception of your company in extremely inaccurate ways.
The technical input and legal interpretation involved throughout the process ensure the food industry's perspective is represented to FDA credibly and persuasively.