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Ryan Blow

Awesome template but don't use it with Chrome... Or it may crash ! (sorry)

Steven Fraser

on 20 November 2014

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Ryan Vocabulary
By Ryan Blow
The process of giving a certificate that gives credit to someone for something.
1. Originally an infidel, heretic, pagan, or heathen; literally, being of the “wrong belief”.
2. Misbelieving, heretical; unbelieving, infidel.
3. A vile wretch; a villain, a depraved rascal; or a generally malicious and contemptible person.
1. Unbelieving; not ready to believe; sceptical. Formerly used of religious unbelief, but no longer applicable in that sense.
2. Unable or unwilling to believe something or completely unconvinced by it.
1. Loss or want of credit; impaired reputation; disrepute, reproach; an instance of this.
2. Loss or want of belief or confidence; disbelief, distrust.
1. The mental action of believing or accepting as true; belief. to give credence to: to accept (a statement, etc.), or accept the statement of (a person, etc.), as true; to believe, credit.
2. That which is believed; a belief.
3. Acceptance based on the degree to which something is believable.
1. A certificate, letter, or experience that qualifies someone to do something; anything that provides authentication for a claim.
2. Letters or written warrants recommending or entitling the bearer to credit or confidence; letters of credence; a letter of recommendation or introduction; especially, one given by a government to an ambassador.
1. The ability to inspire belief or trust.
2. A willingness to accept something as true.
3. The quality of being credible; an instance or case of this.
A statement of principles or beliefs, especially one that is professed formally.
A formal summary of the principles of the Christian faith.
1. Ready or too easily disposed to believe.
2. Overly ready to believe; apt to believe on weak or insufficient grounds.
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