I am unconvinced by unnamed sources.
I'd unconvinced by the pre-publication praise.
Doshi said he was unconvinced by these claims.
The modern reader, perhaps unconvinced by Chris Fogle's idolatrous embrace of the I.
Posted by: Q 2009-09-10 2:57:36 PM I read your link, Bret; I'd simply unconvinced by it.
I am not disputing your claims, just saying that by your own wording, you appear unconvinced by your own claims.
I am unconvinced of the value of these.
Romney looked unconvinced of his new avatar.
Nambu looks askance at Joe, unconvinced of the answer.
Maybe you're a seasoned developer, unconvinced of the value of going to a conference.
But I'd altogether unconvinced of the validity of any of the inputs I've read about thus far.
Many parents felt there was insufficient evidence of their effect and were unconvinced of the programs ' successes.
I'd still unconvinced about WAR.
Comments I remain unconvinced about Neymar.
Many Scots are unconvinced about independence.
That may give you a clue why more and more people are unconvinced about the CO2 model).
I'd anti carbon tax and unconvinced about the effects of climate change, manmade or otherwise.
But under the sway of bacteriology, the scientific community remained unconvinced about Laveran's discovery.
But his doctor, Siyabulela Bungana, remains unconvinced about Stilnox's ability to rouse patients out of a coma.
Nevertheless, there are reports that some individuals continue to be unconvinced with its effectiveness.
However, we remain unconvinced as to the acceptability of the proposal.
Did anyone remain unconvinced on Sunday night? Spain were not just better; they were brilliant.