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free somebody (from an erroneous belief)

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New Organization to Provide Analysis on Soldier's Case and Disabuse Misinformation Campaigns
Some boys just have aspects of their personalities that are considered more feminine but kindly disabuse yourself of the notion that being effeminate means you're gay - that's an offensive stereotype.
Well, I don't want to disabuse her of that fantasy.
I have not seen anything to disabuse that the government knew about it.
There is no doubt that many were impressed by his CV, but he still needs to disabuse some of us that his last minute decision to stand was not something of a vanity project.
He'll also disabuse you of the notion that Americans spend every waking hour mainlining junk food.
I was careful never to disabuse him of the notion - it was good to keep him on his toes.
I said I hated to disabuse him but his impressions were not ours and that the great Danish public should not be misled into thinking that Birmingham represented a wasteland with tumbleweed drifting around a deserted city centre.
Hopefully, data such as these will disabuse practitioners of the all-too-common approach that mastectomy is an easier, simpler solution than breast-conserving surgery when managing early-stage breast cancer.
Lackey's aim is to disabuse readers of the idea that because many don't consider Hitler and the Nazis to be "true" Christians that they were not religiously motivated, much less Christian, and therefore anti-Christian atheists or secular humanists at best.
We need to correct the narrative and disabuse the notion propagated by some that floods were caused by India's adverse action in letting waters from its rivers to flood Pakistan.
A lot of us still have a hangover from 9/11 and want to believe in a good, wise leader - it takes a long time to disabuse oneself of that notion.
SIR - I await with interest to see how effective the Welsh Assembly's Culture Board will be, but in the meantime I would like to disabuse Mario Basini of his misconception about the Arts Council of Wales and its models for appraisal and strategic development of the arts in Wales ('Is this how to make the arts catch fire?
One way to disabuse him of these misconceptions would be to ban him from the Metro for life, an ASBO, in other words, another would be to hike up the fines for persistent offenders to the point where they have some significance.
We ought to disabuse ourselves of the notion that we can have a perfect health care system in which no one is ever misdiagnosed, mismanaged, or missed altogether.