74) Additionally, it argued that the mere fact that a jury "might disbelieve
some of the State's evidence" does not entitle the defendant to an instruction for a lesser included offense.
in the notion of "progress" and its concomitant assumption that change is, ipso facto, improvement.
We do not casually choose to disbelieve
inconvenient truths, we need to disbelieve
them in order to maintain our equilibrium.
And a big 'X' to Eddie, up on the Pheasey Estate, in whom I disbelieve
68% of interviewed Kyrgystanies disbelieve
effectiveness of counter-corruption measures made by the government, according to the Global Corruption Barometer by Transparency International released at the press conference on July 9 in Bishkek.
But Chinnery said there was no reason to disbelieve
him, adding: "It is easy in hindsight to assume surely you would realise something was up.
After seeing his side lose 2-0 at Hillsborough yesterday, he said: "their dugout told me four of my players had told them the team on Friday and I have no reason to disbelieve
What the Turks tell us, and we have no reason to disbelieve
them, is that they are not arming these folks and sending them across into Syria.
I want to disbelieve
that my fellow colleagues at work, or the parliament in Jordan or my friends believe that genocide in the name of racism or politics is tolerated.
The Government then asks the public to disbelieve
the long-term climate predictions of the groups that do get shortterm predictions correct.
Those who govern speak words full of power, Ones we disbelieve
and distrust more and more, Their words promote war as being all for the good, Then bring silenced brave young home in boxes of wood.
It's hard to disbelieve
in God when you're right next to him.
Suspend all willingness to disbelieve
and accept that this is a very tall tale.
So, if she says they're tears of happiness and pleasure, why disbelieve
The bloke seemed quite genuine, you're not going to disbelieve
somebody like that.