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- report, 81% of Indians were religious, 13% were non-religious, 3% were convinced atheists, and 3% were unsure or did not respond. In Hinduism, the religion...
- Chance and the Contortions Buy, slang for believe, find credible, be convinced Buy.com, a shopping website founded in 1997; renamed Rakuten.com in 2010...
- He received a Fulbright scholarship to MIT and moved to Boston. Jones convinced him to leave the university and move to New York City to be with her and...
- reel-to-reel tape recorder, he placed a large order for their equipment and convinced ABC to allow him to tape his shows. He became the first performer to pre-record...
- 13% of respondents were "convinced atheists" in 2012, 11% were "convinced atheists" in 2015, and in 2017, 9% were "convinced atheists". However, other...
- po****tion), with China having the most atheists in the world (200 million convinced atheists). Of the global atheist and non-religious po****tion, 76% reside...
- was the best they had heard from someone that young; Lawrence's mother convinced her that they were lying. Lawrence said her early experiences were difficult...
- religious person and 4% were "convinced atheists" while in 2012, 23% were not a religious person and an additional 13% were "convinced atheists"; in 2015, 22%...
- Hatanaka's rebellion. But Hatanaka, along with Lt. Col. Jirō Shiizaki, convinced the commander of the Second Regiment, Colonel Toyojirō Haga, of their...
- all his subjects could be as convinced as he was that the Catholic church was the one true church. He was also convinced that the established church was...
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