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We are entirely unpersuaded that this sentence was manifestly excessive and this appeal is dismissed," the judge concluded.
But opinion polls show voters are unpersuaded, with many believing that natural variations are the main cause.
We are unpersuaded and find no arguable basis for granting permission to appeal.
It arrived, all 670 pages and 2in thick, with a dull thud on the doormat of an unpersuaded nation.
We get used to that and are unpersuaded by popularity or lack thereof," Abbott said.
But Gower was unpersuaded by the merits of a World Test Championship.
At the end of the day, I'm unpersuaded by pro-lifers' arguments about these questions, but we have to engage them.
Nonetheless, Vice Chancellor John Noble was unpersuaded that the director's good faith could justify actions that would foreseeably cause significant harm to the company.
The council was unpersuaded by her argument that, since her four-year-old child could climb on to the swing unaided, it was unlikely that falling off would do any harm.
H]owever awkward it may be for the traditional press and nonpartisan analysts to acknowledge," Mann and Ornstein write, "one of the two major parties, the Republican party, has become an insurgent out-lier--ideologically extreme; contemptuous of the inherited social and economic policy regime; scornful of compromise; unpersuaded by conventional under-standing of facts, evidence and science; and dismissive of the legitimacy of its political opposition.
He said: "While the complainant's evidence on some of the details surrounding the events of the night in question may have been unsatisfactory we are wholly unpersuaded that the jury reached an unsafe verdict on the core allegations.
But many people are unpersuaded, and perhaps unpersuadable.
The credible counterargument is that skeptics about bin Laden's death -- not all of them, but a significant majority -- will be unpersuaded by release of the photos and will claim that they were doctored.
But we remain unpersuaded, and increasingly concerned, about the seriousness of his resolve to do something about it.
I'm totally unpersuaded," said archaeologist Paul Mellars of the University of Cambridge.
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