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It also lends credence to the theory that damage to stem cells may be the main driver of aging.
Data has shown that more conceptions tend to occur between these early morning hours, giving credence to the theory.
These findings lend credence to the concept that serotonin dysfunction plays a role in the disorder.
Research suggesting that many college students don't learn much of anything in college lends some credence to this idea.
Giving these militants any sort of credence only fuels their fire.
On the judgment date of our bet, my ideology or his will gain credence.
It would be wrong to give his story, standing alone, too much credence.
Few had given much credence to the projections in the first place.
Its continuously escalating success began to give credence again to the idea of an ordered, explainable universe.
It is mostly a matter of tone: it is hardly possible to give credence to ideas uttered in the impersonal tones of sanity.
Internal debates aside, ethnography is gaining credence in the corporate world as a form of market research.
Those perceptions have not been tested rigorously in people, but animal studies lend credence to them.
Funny how the website actually spins this little tidbit as something that gives it credence.
My experiments give some decent credence to this possibility.
The type of buyer, if researched properly, that will lend some credence to this process.
It is asking a lot of me to give said persons opinions on that subject even the slightest credence.
If it can be replicated in a controlled environment than it would have some credence.
Living organisms have been found near these vents, lending credence to the theory.
In some scientific cases, more credence seems to be given to machine capabilities than to those of nonhuman animals.
The fact that there are several different versions to choose from doesn't lend it any credence either.
Because only select areas on the statues and frieze light up, it lends further credence to the idea that the building was painted.
The mourners' unusual choice of stone-pine cones as incense added further credence to the team's theory.
But it lends credence to the idea that planetary-scale collisions do happen.
If you are not a climatologist yourself, it is even more questionable that you should be given more credence than those who are.
No, all it lends credence to is the idea is that it was something other than a weather balloon.
The end result is that, due to fear, parents that give credence to these claims end up not vaccinating their kids.
The fact that it remains within the range of the model predictions lend credence to their veracity.
These are more inclined to give credence to people's stated desires and feelings.
Informational frictions for example can also cause such a situation, as with credence goods.
It might at best dent his credence and blemish his reputation, without dragging him down into the gutters.
To me, there's insufficient correlation between political and economic freedom to give this thesis credence, at the moment.
It seemed to add further credence to two economic myths that almost have become pervasive in our society.
Seems to me that instead of being balanced such a story would be giving the extreme minority side more credence than it deserves.
If you expect me to give any credence to your ranting, you need to be more specific.

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