- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of believe.
“Certainly what Griffin believes is axiomatic in many countries as diverse as Japan and most Middle Eastern countries.”
“While the Winkler clients fill out personality profiles similar to the ones found online, the difference, Ahlin believes, is the hour-and-a-half interview.”
“But, in contrast, say, to Hugo Black's First Amendment opinions of the 1950s, which permanently etchned themselves in my then-undergraduate consciousness, or, for that matter, almost any of Scalia's dissents, where the reader always gets a very strong sense of what Scalia believes is a stake with regard to the country or culture outside the courtroom, there is little in Stevens 'opinion that stirs the passions or leads one to want to mobilize politically.”
“Kevin believes in the basic conservative principles of limited government and fiscal responsibility, Smith said.”
“Kevin believes that Washington is fundamentally broken.”
“Then we would see whether the market would fail, as the Left believes is inevitable, or whether it would work.”
“Finally, Larbi, sums up [Fr] what he believes is at stake.”
“Huang Zhangjin believes that in order to calm down the tense situation in Xinjiang now, the best thing is to relief Wang Lequan from his job.”
“I want to have him coached my two mentors to lead what he believes is a righteous battle against a corrupt church/government.”
“In its portrait of daily routine (and gentle unraveling), Jeanne Dielman confronts us firmly with what cinema typically believes is unimportant.”
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