disbelieve


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doubt

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to give no credence to

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reject as false

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LAHORE -- 'The injured witness ordinarily is not disbelieved but the circumstances of this case forced me to disbelieve the injured prosecution witness,' observes Justice Sardar Ahmad Naeem of the Lahore High Court in his detailed verdict on acquittal of Shah Hussain in Khadija Siddiqui stabbing case.
In his detailed judgement in what has become known as the Khadija Siddiqui case, Justice Sardar Ahmed Naeem overturned the earlier conviction of Shah Hussain who allegedly attacked Khadija for spurning his advances as he was 'forced to disbelieve the injured prosecution witnesses'.
Even when they're provided with exactly the kind of evidence they're demanding, they still disbelieve, ask for more evidence, different evidence, better evidence.
And the only way you could be in a "state of disbelief" is if you disbelieve the concept that world governing bodies can hold local ones to account.
He is American by virtue of his birth in Hawaii and is also Christian, but segments of the US population still disbelieve this.
(40) Additionally, the State argued that the jury's right to disbelieve evidence submitted by the State did not, by itself, establish a sufficient basis in the evidence to acquit Jackson of the charged offense.
In trying to formulate what I believe (here, in the impossible conspectus of 700 words) it is useful to stipulate first what I disbelieve.
The final dimension is the very human need to disbelieve. It's a very real need.
And a big 'X' to Eddie, up on the Pheasey Estate, in whom I disbelieve. To friend and foe...
What do we believe and what to disbelieve? Some nutritionists tell us to cut carbohydrates and avoid fatty food.
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: "Hillsborough yesterday, he said: "d heir dugout told heir dugout told y me four of my players had told them the team on Friday e and I have no reason to disbelieve them.
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.