"Your inexperience of the world, Miss Tulliver, prevents you from anticipating fully the very unjust conceptions that will probably be formed concerning your conduct,--conceptions which will have a baneful effect, even in spite of known evidence to disprove
We like to call ourselves the "GLBT" community, but I often wonder why the "B" is even there; bisexuals are marginalized and maligned so often by haughty gays and lesbians, and every insult disproves
the notion we'd like to present to the straight world of a diverse yet inclusive community.
The isolation of few-layer graphene, which is also known as graphene film, disproves
The enormous scholarly production of professors in law, medicine, philosophy, theology, even moral philosophy, disproves
the point.) Although readers may not agree with all the points made, the great amount of information made available will make this book useful for some time to come.
One would have thought that truly new ideas about presenting ancient and medieval history had played out long ago, but Cunliffe disproves
the myth that history is boring.
The choice of General Hagglund, from neutral and non-Nato Finland, disproves
If this episode proves anything, it disproves
the old canard that homosexuals are peculiarly susceptible to blackmail.
Subjects are ideally offered the response options "Supports," "Tells you nothing," or "Disproves
," used by Johnson-Laird and Tagart (1969).
The new research disproves
previous claims that women on HRT had a more favourable prognosis if they developed breast cancer.