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- ‘By the end of 1926 I had been convinced as to the baselessness of the theory of existence of an almighty supreme being who created, guided and controlled the universe.’
- ‘The claimant] must be able to point to a sum awarded by a jury sufficient to convince a bystander of the baselessness of the charge’.’
- ‘Given the baselessness of the accusations - detailed by Quin Hillyer - the Republicans' suspicions are well grounded.’
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