They also indicate that no credence should be placed in the “confessions” that will doubtless be televised by Iran.
Valente lends some credence to the description of the Ndrangheta being the most powerful organized crime group in the world.
Oleksiy Kosarev, leader of a local anti-corruption organization, lent some credence to this conception.
You are the slave to the opinions which have credence among the people you have known and have read about.
Vincent had risen to fetch the cruets from the credence table.
No credence seems to have been given to the story at first, though it was told by another Hamilton, a cousin of the culprit.
There was a whisper, that my master was my father; yet it was only a whisper, and I cannot say that I ever gave it credence.
Dante seems to have been uncertain what credence to give to the claims of astrology.
None of the later historians has given any credence to this theory.
The High Altar, the credence table, and sedilia, are excellent examples of modern work.