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Synonyms for cred

credibility among young fashionable urban individuals

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The Cred app fixes this by making micro-investing in crypto simple, with features such as the following:
Dyma gyfrol sy'n llawn cofio, cred a chrefft, a diolch i Meirion ac i Wasg Gomer am lendid gair a diwyg.
Of the 373 disasters recorded last year, 22 were in China, 16 were in India and 14 were in the Philippines, CRED said.
THE Wanted revealed they turned down the chance to launch their own male make-up range - as they thought it would ruin their street cred.
A TEESSIDE rock'n'roll band is fearing for its street cred -as tomorrow it appears on a prime-time TV talent search.
Launched June 16 at a party at the Artists for Humanity EpiCenter, "B 1 Example: Redefine Street Cred" began with teaser "B" messages, such as "B Creative," "B Smart" and "B You."
According to BBC News, in total, 3,852 disasters killed more than 780,000 people, as estimated by a report by the Centre for Research on Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED).
Sweet Cred, a leading children's novelty confectionery brand based in the UK, has said it has clinched business deals worth over $9 million from the Middle East region during the fourth quarter of 2009.
Sweet Cred, a leading children's novelty confectionery brand based in UK, said it had clinched business deals worth over $9 million from the Middle East region during the fourth quarter of 2009.
Organisers say voluntary work does not have a 'street cred' impact with today's youngsters.
TOUGH guys who can't bear to ditch their mighty gas guzzlers should check out this Jeep - an eco-friendly monster that won't ruin your street cred.
After she established her "just friends" cred with Gayle for the tedious nth time, Oprah felt confident enough to do a show on lesbians coming out of "marriage" to men.
Now it appears street robbers often carry out their crimes to boost street cred or are motivated by a desire to fight.