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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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The result also disbelieves how many OFWs earn relatively well.
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.
(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.
(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.
(87) The State argued that the defendant "was not entitled to the instruction on the sole basis that the jury might disbelieve some of the state's evidence," (88) and its ability to disbelieve evidence or refuse to draw necessary inferences "does not entitle the defendant to an instruction otherwise unsupported by the evidence." (89) The court rejected this argument, noting that it rejected the same argument in Pond, and stated, "A defendant is entitled to an instruction on any theory the evidence establishes." (90) The court briefly noted, "If a reasonable juror could draw inferences from the evidence presented that an essential element of the greater offense has not been established, the trial court should instruct down." (91)
(102) In its 4-3 decision, the court held that the right of the jury to disbelieve any or all evidence and its right to refuse to draw necessary inferences to support a conviction was sufficient to give rise to a jury instruction for a lesser included offense.
But when his young master takes him to the school show and tell, the entire class disbelieves. How can he display his prowess?
"To compel a man to furnish contributions of money for the propagation of opinions which be disbelieves, is sinful and tyrannical"
"We shall be more likely to have the State swarming with Fools, Sots and Gamblers than with a Sober Sensible and Exemplary Clergy." A Baptist group in Duputy pointed out that because money would pass through the tax system the "Sheriffs, County Courts and public Treasury are all to be employed in the management of money levied for the express purpose of supporting Teachers of the Christian Religion." They added that it was sinful to "compel men to furnish contributions of money to support that Religion which they disbelieve and abhor." The Baptist General Association in Orange, Va., rejected the idea that government aid was necessary to help religion as "founded neither in Scripture, on Reason, on Sound Policy; but is repugnant to each of them."
"But if Catholic priests are slaughtered--he disbelieves it (and I daresay really thinks they asked for it)."
But he argued he disbelieves such conduct constitutes sexual harassment, the officials said.
The carefully worded document clearly points out that it is "sinful and tyrannical" to compel a person to contribute money in the form of taxes to support the propagation of opinions in religion which he disbelieves.
If the reader disbelieves anything, he disbelieves everything.