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The HCJ's decision put sole onus on Hamas for posing a danger to Israeli security, and dodged the charge of illegal collective punishment by credulously accepting official statements about the fine-grained monitoring of humanitarian needs of "inhabitants" in the Strip.
The authors tested whether there is an upper limit to the number of relationships an individual can credulously support.
But as Ryan Chittum wrote for the Columbia Journalism Review, news outlets spread this finding credulously, despite its questionable basis.
19) In doing so, the appellate court ignored Rule 702, disregarded the Supreme Court's opinion in Joiner, relied on obsolete precedents, misunderstood the underlying rationale for exclusionary rules for expert testimony, misapplied basic scientific concepts, and credulously endorsed "weight of the evidence" as a valid scientific methodology.
Thus, with such a background, Edmund hates Edgar, and Gloucester too credulously believes a lie about his good son, insensitively jokes about his bad one, and doesn't know the soul of either.
Symon is ridiculed and humiliated not simply as a cuckold who naively trusts his wife's fidelity, but for his stupidity as well: for credulously accepting Freir Robert's claim to supernatural powers.
How to Build an Android could use an index, and its author is, I think, a bit too credulously enamored of Google.
5 To take another, he credulously asserts that all of the remaining Guantanamo detainees are the "worst of the worst" "terrorist soldiers,"6 a claim that is so sloppy and manifestly false,7 it would appear to call into question the balance of his entire legitimacy analysis.
We also find that financial analysts credulously accept misleading RP sales data and provide less accurate and more optimistic earnings forecasts for firms with more RP sales of goods and services.
Law is sufficient, they tell us, and furthermore, it must remain unreformed because nothing has really changed, except that we are now credulously being frightened into measures that might indeed change the existing legal framework.
She credulously relies on information from the False Memory Syndrome Foundation (FMSF), a group that describes itself as seeking the reasons for false memories, working to prevent them, and helping those affected by it.
They deserved it, everyone said, credulously enough.
When scholars adhere too credulously to what the author called her "anagogical vision," they help to consolidate a hermeneutic orthodoxy according to which O'Connor's "wounds cease to terrify because they're designed to remind us of the fallen world"; we come to accept on faith that "her characters sin violently in order to snap the reader into spiritual self-knowledge and frightened contrition" (104).
And it's susceptible to mere repetition, which it credulously mistakes for veracity.
Somebody had to take Seymour Hersh's dubious article about the lack of an Iranian nuclear weapons program overly credulously, which is why we have Roger Cohen.