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1. Their claim is being treated with some skepticism in UN.
2. Republicans have greeted that explanation with deep skepticism.
3. However, some skepticism has greeted this hypothesis.
4. Such authoritative statements do not invite skepticism.
5. The judicial caution and skepticism are completely warranted.
6. They greeted Hess's ideas with skepticism or outright disdain.
7. Many politicians and media critics confuse cynicism with skepticism.
8. Skepticism is part and parcel of the capitalist ideology.
9. The financial markets shared that skepticism.
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10. They justified the exercise by expressing their skepticism of Soviet missile credibility.
11. It came at a moment when skepticism over the pace toward full economic union and the single currency has been mounting.
12. And there is growing skepticism about the security of Social Security.
13. He also has voiced skepticism that a major overhaul of the tax system would be enacted soon.
14. Some skepticism from Summerlee not withstanding, the station has already yielded useful insights.
15. All this skepticism does not mean that gold prices are useless pieces of information.
16. There was considerable skepticism that the Foundation would come through.
17. The proposals were greeted with a mixture of skepticism and distrust.
18. Now, that public endorsement is tempered by deep skepticism that the government and the army can accomplish their goals.
19. About that proposition(sentencedict.com), a large dose of skepticism is in order.
20. In my school, this meeting often prompts skepticism among the teachers about the screening process.
21. Rocco hid his skepticism well when I first walked in the door.
22. Traditional structures and practices are viewed by many with skepticism.
23. We know enough by now to treat the census figures with the skepticism and the indignation they deserve.
24. Until evidence of such ore bodies can be produced, skepticism regarding their existence is fully justified.
25. When Dave announced these intentions, they met with the usual mixture of confusion, alarm, and skepticism.
26. Job security is as impermanent as a snowman made after a blizzard Healthy skepticism is a good thing.
27. He had assumed responsibility for the policies he had implemented, defending them against internal skepticism and objections from headquarters.
28. In our haste to condemn cynicism we must take care not to stifle skepticism.
29. He is not so different from me, actually, except in the matters of skepticism and a sense of history.
30. Hollandshort, bespectacled and plain-spoken-allows that there was some initial studio skepticism about casting Leigh in the pivotal role.
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