Recent Examples of unconvinced from the Web
Kim Jong Il, the father of Kim Jong Un, was unconvinced.
But Judge Messitte seemed unconvinced by that comparison to Ms. Pritzker.
Yet Markman remains unconvinced that either approach could work.
Perhaps befitting of its name, Ethereal hosted mostly vague talks, including several that might leave blockchain skeptics unconvinced.
Behold, the taxidermied anteater, which does look suspiciously like the one from the final photo: Cabral continues to claim that his image was authentic, though the judges are wholly unconvinced.
This 20-year-old was just as unconvinced, in 2018, that America should be a world leader as Washburn had been in 1901.
But younger women—who ostensibly stand to benefit from policies Ivanka has advocated for, like a child-care tax credit and maternity leave protection—seem especially unconvinced.
And so far Trump appears unconvinced by the industry’s arguments , rebuffing oil executives, including Exxon CEO Darren Woods and Anadarko Petroleum CEO Al Walker at a White House meeting in March.
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