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  • 1 want of confidence — index cloud (suspicion), doubt (indecision), doubt (suspicion), fear, qualm Burton s Legal …

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  • 2 Confidence interval — This article is about the confidence interval. For Confidence distribution, see Confidence Distribution. In statistics, a confidence interval (CI) is a particular kind of interval estimate of a population parameter and is used to indicate the… …

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  • 3 Confidence trick — Con games redirects here. For the film, see Con Games (film). Scam redirects here. For other uses, see Scam (disambiguation). For the short story by John Wyndham, see Jizzle. A confidence trick is an attempt to defraud a person or group by… …

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  • 4 WANT, John Henry (1846-1905) — advocate and politician son of Randolph John Want, a solicitor, was born at the Glebe, Sydney, on 4 May 1846. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School and Caen, Normandy, where he learned to speak French fluently. Entering his father s office he… …

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  • 5 want·ing — /ˈwɑːntıŋ/ adj : not having all that is needed or expected : ↑lacking The plan was wanting. [=the plan was not good enough] often + in They were wanting in common sense. [=they did not have much common sense] He was not wanting in confidence.… …

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  • 6 List of confidence tricks — This list of confidence tricks and scams should not be considered complete, but covers the most common examples. Confidence tricks and scams are difficult to classify, because they change often and often contain elements of more than one type.… …

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  • 7 John Henry Want — (4 May 1846 – 22 November 1905) was an Australian barrister and politician, attorney general in New South Wales.Early lifeWant was born at Glebe, Sydney, the son of Randolph John Want, a solicitor. He was educated at Sydney Grammar School and in… …

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  • 8 Motion of no confidence — A motion of no confidence (alternatively vote of no confidence, censure motion, no confidence motion, or (unsuccessful) confidence motion) is a parliamentary motion whose passing would demonstrate to the head of state that the elected parliament… …

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  • 9 Consumer confidence — is an economic indicator which measures the degree of optimism that consumers feel about the overall state of the economy and their personal financial situation. How confident people feel about stability of their incomes determines their spending …

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  • 10 CherFitness: Body Confidence — Video by Cher Released 1992 Genre Fitness Length 90 mins …

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  • 11 Music for Courage and Confidence — Studio album by Mark Eitzel Released 2002 …

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  • 12 History in For Want of a Nail — For Want of a Nail: If Burgoyne Had Won at Saratoga is an alternate history novel by Robert Sobel that takes the form of a history of North America from 1763 to 1971. Over the course of its 441 pages, For Want of a Nail details the failure of the …

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  • 13 lack, want, need — Lack refers to a deficiency, to the absence of something desirable, customary, or needful: He feels a lack of confidence among his followers. I am suffering from a lack of money and time. Want and need, as nouns, may have much the same meaning: a …

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  • 14 Thai vote of confidence referendum, 2008 — A vote of confidence on the government of Prime Minister of Thailand Samak Sundaravej in the form of a referendum was supposed to be held in Thailand later in 2008. [ [http://www.bangkokpost.net/topstories/topstories.php?id=130377 Referendum on… …

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  • 15 doubt — I (indecision) noun ambiguity, anxiety, apprehension, apprehensiveness, confusion, dubitatio, dubito, faltering, feeling of uncertainty, hesitancy, improbability, inability to decide, incertitude, indefiniteness, indeterminateness,… …

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  • 16 Digital workplace — A digital workplace is where work is what you do, not where you go to. While your physical workplace is your cubicle or desk in the office or at home, your digital workplace is the total of the computer applications that you work with. Your… …

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  • 17 Woodrow Wilson — Infobox President name=Thomas Woodrow Wilson order=28th office=President of the United States term start=March 4, 1913 term end=March 4, 1921 vicepresident=Thomas R. Marshall (1913 1921) predecessor=William Howard Taft successor=Warren G. Harding …

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  • 18 Militia (United States) — The role of militia, also known as military service and duty, in the United States is complex and has transformed over time.[1] The term militia can be used to describe any number of groups within the United States. Primarily, these fall into:… …

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  • 19 Lying — • As defined by St. Thomas Aquinas, a statement at variance with the mind Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Lying     Lying     † …

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  • 20 Henry Parkes — Sir Henry Parkes, GCMG (27 May 1815 – 27 April 1896) was an Australian statesman, the Father of Federation. As the earliest advocate of a Federal Council of the then colonies of Australia, a precursor to the Federation of Australia, he is… …

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