CONVINCE


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CONVINCEControlled Onset Verapamil Investigation of Cardiovascular End-Points (medical trial)
CONVINCEConsortium of North American Veterinary Interactive New Concept Education
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Now, Susan will try to convince him that Sami and the others finding them will bring them danger, in the hopes that convincing "EJ" they aren't safe in Memphis any longer will convince him that they need to leave town.
All of the efforts of the President went in vain to convince Asfandyar Wali.
What: Sci-fi sitcom about a starship crew trying to convince other planets in the galaxy to outsource services to England.
The double feature that night was two movies about dating: Hitch, in which Will Smith coaches schlubby guys (most prominently Kevin James) to win the hearts and minds of supermodels (in this case, Amber Valletta), and The Wedding Date, in which Debra Messing hires a male escort (who only escorts women) to fly with her to London and convince her family that, though publicly jilted by a previous boyfriend, she has been able to land a prince of a guy, and in record time.
As a demolition estimator you must convince the judge (those approving the estimate) that you have presented a "bulletproof" defense for your estimate.
We did successfully convince the Legislature not to directly charge insurers for this reimbursement program," he said.
It's my job to prepare my best possible case, poke holes in my competitor's case, and convince the customer to use steel for this application.
But to elect pro-life people, we had to first convince Christians to vote for life.
After two years visiting flower farms in the United States, Prolman was unable to convince any major grower to make the expensive plunge into organics.
I will direct as many people as I can to this article--most Brits are fairly rational creatures and it will surely convince them to vote in Europe's favor.
Our biggest job right now, other than continuing to hone in on the right training tools, is to convince more industry leaders that such an association/clearinghouse is needed and that PIMA is that association.
The Convince Me computer environment supports critical thinking by allowing users to create and evaluate computer-based representations of arguments.