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  • 81Felicia Langer — (born 1930) is an Israeli human rights attorney known for her defense of Palestinians charged with political violations in the Israeli occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip. She has also authored numerous books alleging human rights violations on the …

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  • 82Nancy Cartwright (Philosophin) — Nancy Cartwright in den 1990er Jahren Nancy Cartwright (* 1943) ist eine US amerikanerische Philosophin und eine der bedeutendsten Wissenschaftstheoretiker(innen) der Gegenwart. Inhaltsverzeichnis …

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  • 83Henry Fielding — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Fielding. Henry Fielding Henry Fielding Autres noms …

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  • 84implausible — implausibility, implausibleness, n. implausibly, adv. /im plaw zeuh beuhl/, adj. not plausible; not having the appearance of truth or credibility: an implausible alibi. [1595 1605; IM 2 + PLAUSIBLE] Syn. unlikely, improbable, unbelievable. * * * …

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  • 85opinion — opin·ion /ə pin yən/ n 1 a: a belief stronger than impression and less strong than positive knowledge b: a formal expression of a judgment or appraisal by an expert see also opinion testimony at testimony compare …

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  • 86truthlike — adjective Having the appearance of truth. Syn: plausible, verisimilar …

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  • 87Martine Bertereau — also known as Baroness de Beausoleil (born c. 1600, France – died after 1642, Vincennes, France) was a pioneering French woman mining engineer and mineralogist who traveled extensively in Europe in search on mineral deposits. She surveyed the… …

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  • 88probability — I noun anticipation, appearance of truth, believability, chance, conceivability, credibility, credibleness, expectation, fair chance, fair expectation, favorable chance, liability, liableness, likelihood, likeliness, odds, ostensibility,… …

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  • 89credibility — I (Roget s IV) n. Syn. plausibility, believability, trustworthiness, likelihood; see honesty 1 , probability , reliability . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. believability, reliability, trustworthiness, soundness, integrity, plausibility,… …

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  • 90believability — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth or authenticity: color, credibility, credibleness, creditability, creditableness, plausibility, plausibleness, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 91credibleness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth or authenticity: believability, color, credibility, creditability, creditableness, plausibility, plausibleness, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 92creditability — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth or authenticity: believability, color, credibility, credibleness, creditableness, plausibility, plausibleness, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 93creditableness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth or authenticity: believability, color, credibility, credibleness, creditability, plausibility, plausibleness, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 94plausibility — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth or authenticity: believa bility, color, credibility, credibleness, creditabil ity, creditableness, plausibleness, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 95plausibleness — (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun Appearance of truth: believability, color, credibility, credibleness, creditability, creditableness, plausibility, verisimilitude. See LIKELY …

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  • 96plausible — (adj.) 1540s, acceptable, agreeable, from L. plausibilis deserving applause, acceptable, from pp. stem of plaudere to applaud (see PLAUDIT (Cf. plaudit)). Meaning having the appearance of truth is recorded from 1560s. Related: Plausibility;… …

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  • 97implausible — im·plau·si·ble || ɪm plɔːzÉ™bl adj. not plausible, hard to believe, not credible, lacking the appearance of truth …

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  • 98implausibly — adv. in an implausible manner, incredibly, without the appearance of truth …

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  • 99speciosities — n. quality of being specious, state of having the appearance of truth while in actuality being false; state of being deceptively appealing …

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  • 100speciosity — n. quality of being specious, state of having the appearance of truth while in actuality being false; state of being deceptively appealing …

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