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to cause to be no longer believed or valued

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The "Top 7 L&D Myths to Debunk in 2019" offers detailed insights into the challenges faced by L&D professionals in separating the facts from the myths, with research backed evidence supporting the Dos from the Don'ts.
WALKING A FINE LINE Boyle sets out to debunk the paranormal TV show.
As a global outsourcing company which works with businesses to plan, design, construct and operate a security rich environment for online applications and transactions, NIIT Technologies is on a mission to debunk some of the myths surrounding the security risks of outsourcing.
Q: You debunk the notion of Indians as too spiritual to deal with property.
Indeed, Rothstein states, "If the nation can't close the gaps in income, health, and housing, there is little prospect of equalizing achievement." He also tries to debunk some well-known examples of schools and educators that succeed with disadvantaged minority youngsters.
To debunk the hoax, NPRC officials posted a notice on the eVetRecs Web site, informing visitors that "neither the Department of Defense nor the NPRC intends to destroy any [Official Military Personnel Files] stored at the center.
Satrapi has been quoted as saying that one of her goals in writing the book was to debunk some of the misconceptions associated with present-day Iran and its label as "an axis of evil." In just 153 pages, Satrapi certainly does that and more, despite the fact that, as she herself writes, "the truth is sometimes hard to accept."
Now to debunk two myths: that fine-tuned, multidimensional underwriting isn't practical for personal auto today and that all peas in the same pod are identical.
The Web helps spread urban legends and conspiracy theories, but it can also help debunk them.
The NAHB now has the research to debunk negative myths about multifamily (see "Multifamily Myths," page 94).
In Elizabethan drama, only the Fool could speak the truth-and debunk conventional wisdom--without getting his head lopped off....
Along the way Belon did his best to debunk a number of legends and superstitions, for example about the purportedly miraculous medical properties of terra sigillata.
He said it aimed to debunk some of the myths surrounding the millennium bug as well as offering practical advice about potential problems in the home.
Well, No Rubs boldly sets out to "debunk these myths" and give you the information "they don't teach in business school." To start, Kennedy, a direct marketing consultant and self-made millionaire, suggests that self-image, not blind optimism, is what ultimately determines what you're able to accomplish.