“Believe” in the news
|did not believe|
|does not believe|
Publications and example sentences
· 'Great mates': Reds captain holds no grudges against departing trio →
Queensland Reds captain Liam Wright says he holds no grudges after teammates Izack Rodda, Isaac Lucas and Harry Hockings left the club at short notice and believes the drama could galvanise a young side eager to prove its worth.
· Brazil's cases surge in densely packed neighborhoods →
More than half of Haiti’s 11 million people are believed to practice voodoo, a religion brought from West Africa centuries ago by enslaved men and women and practiced clandestinely under French colonial rule.
· Apple Hospitality REIT: Patience Is A Virtue →
With the majority of our portfolio located in drive-to markets outside of major urban city centers, and low dependence on large group business, we believe our portfolio will be among the first to see benefit from loosening government restrictions and the early stages of an economic recovery
The New York Times
· Your Monday Briefing →
Official remarks: “I believe that in every respect, he has acted responsibly, and legally, and with integrity,” Mr. Johnson said.
The New York Times
· Coronavirus Live Updates: U.S. Adds Brazil to Travel Ban List →
Most of them believe that the virus was passed from bats to humans via an intermediary species, one that was probably sold at a wet market in Wuhan late last year.
· Why is Trump so restrained about the Biden sexual assault allegation? →
Erin Perrine, principal deputy communications director at the Trump campaign, said: “During Justice Kavanaugh’s hearings, Biden made clear that all women should be believed when they come forward with allegations of sexual assault.
· Siemens Healthineers: Excellent Company, But The Valuation Doesn't Scan →
If you can believe it, x-ray technology is 125 years old this year and Siemens unveiled its first machine way back in 1896.
· INSIGHT-More patients than beds in Mumbai as India faces surge in virus cases →
Parikh said he believes the delays contributed to his grandfather’s death.
· New submarine or SLBMs likely next options for N.K. to claim enhanced nuke deterrence: experts →
The submarine, believed to be a 3,000-ton one, is capable of carrying three SLBMs and to have been under construction at its naval base in Sinpo on its east coast.