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Thinking or believing that.‘he took the property in the belief that he had consent’
- ‘The authorities are fully prepared to play the waiting came in the belief that sooner or later they will get their man.’
- ‘This norm is rooted in the belief that there are no privileged sources of scientific knowledge.’
- ‘Total strangers were hugging and kissing each other, united in the belief that 2004 was their year for glory.’
- ‘The film was made in the belief that by examining this single event something much larger can be found - the shape of our world today.’
- ‘It works because it's done in the belief that everyone has something to say.’
- ‘He has very high hopes for the band and they are currently working hard in the belief that they can beat their own target of expectations.’
- ‘I admire their decision to publish their accounts in the belief that their truth deserved to be heard.’
- ‘One year I volunteered to cover Christmas weekend in the belief that at least the students would be gone by then.’
- ‘What we are doing is putting them out of sight, deep in the forest in the belief that wild animals are resilient and will survive all odds.’
- ‘They will persevere; they will continue to preach the gospel in the belief that one day their faith will be rewarded.’
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