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See also: Conviction Convection Convey Conventional Convert Converge Convene Convenience Convoluted Conversation Convince Converse Convoy Convenient Convivial Conversely Conversion Convergence Converging Convulsed Convicted

1. Certainty, certitude, Conviction mean a state of being free from doubt

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2. Believes with certitude in an afterlife Conviction applies especially to belief strongly held by an individual

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3. Conviction noun (CRIME) C2 [ C or U ] the fact of officially being found to be guilty of a particular crime, or the act of officially finding someone guilty: Since it was her first Conviction for stealing, she was …

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4. A brilliant attorney and former First Daughter is blackmailed to heading a unit that investigates cases of wrongful Conviction.

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5. The words certainty and certitude are common synonyms of Conviction. While all three words mean "a state of being free from doubt," Conviction applies especially to belief strongly held by an individual

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6. Holds firm Convictions on every issue How do certainty and certitude relate to one another, in the sense of Conviction?

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7. Betty Anne Waters (Swank) is a high school dropout who spent nearly two decades working as a single mother while putting herself through law school, tirelessly trying to beat the system and overturn her brother's (Rockwell) unjust murder Conviction. Written by Fox Searchlight Pictures Plot Summary Plot Synopsis

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8. For the non-christian, Conviction reveals sinfulness, guilt and brings fear of God’s righteous judgment

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9. Whereas, a Conviction in the believer brings an awareness …

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10. There is a clear difference between Conviction and condemnation

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11. Conviction comes from the Lord and it leads to life and joy

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12. Conviction is intended to lead us to the Lord, but condemnation drives us away from Him

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13. Less compelling -- and more manipulative -- than it should be, Conviction benefits from its compelling true story and a pair of solid performances from Swank and Rockwell.

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14. Conviction noun (CRIME) C2 [ C or U ] the fact of officially being found to be guilty of a particular crime, or the act of officially finding someone guilty: Since it was her first Conviction for stealing, she was given …

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15. The definition of a Conviction is someone being found guilty of a crime or having a strong belief in something

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16. An example of Conviction is a person being found guilty of driving while intoxicated

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17. An example of Conviction is someone completely believing they are right about something.

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18. Find 40 ways to say Conviction, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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19. A very strong belief or opinion religious/political etc Convictions a woman of strong political Convictions deep/strong Conviction The Dotens have a deep Conviction that marriage is for life

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20. Conviction that The students possess the Conviction that they can make a difference to their community

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21. A Conviction is something certain: a judgment of guilty in court and a strong belief are both Convictions

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22. Conviction: American Panic takes you inside one of the darkest and most bizarre chapters of American history

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23. A Conviction is a convinced conscience

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24. Please note that a Conviction is not needed where the Bible is specific in its command

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25. But we do not need to have a Conviction about it.

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26. "Conviction" Review: Hilary Swank Comes Out On Top "I think it's absolutely amazing that she dedicated her life to this," Kenny said

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27. The state of being found or proved guilty: evidence that led to the suspect's Conviction

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28. The state or appearance of being convinced: She spoke with real Conviction on the matter

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29. Definition of Conviction a firmly held belief or opinion Examples of Conviction in a sentence The more you speak with Conviction, the more your audience will value what you have to say

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30. Convictions of Conscience: How Voices From the Margins Inform Public Actions and Educational Leadership (Issues in the Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice of Urban Education) by Brenda J

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31. The Conviction that my personal, worldly life was something real and good constituted the misunderstanding, the obstacle, that prevented me from comprehending Jesus doctrine

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32. This is the Conviction that economists' understanding of the business cycle is meager in light of the knowledge necessary for activist countercyclical policy to be effective.

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33. "Conviction" starts with frustration that Sloan's step son and the son of a friend are arrested, tried and convicted in a one-horse, one judge town

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34. ‘A Conviction for that offence could not in any sense have been less than clear in its meaning.’ ‘Three of those arrested have previous Convictions for armed robbery and murder.’ ‘One of her teachers was found guilty of negligent homicide in a French court but his Conviction was later overturned.’

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35. Conviction is an American legal drama television series on ABC

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36. First, Conviction for sin is the result of the Holy Spirit awakening humanity to a sense of guilt and condemnation because of sin and unbelief

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37. Second, more than mental Conviction is intended

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38. This can lead to action based on a sense of Conviction

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39. Third, the Conviction results in hope, not despair.

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40. Second, Conviction of sin is not a sense of trepidation or a foreboding of divine punishment

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41. But, again, true Conviction of sin is something different.

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42. The opening disaster of “Conviction,” which sets all the subsequent disasters in motion, unfolds as follows: It’s early morning in Glasgow, and a lightly depressed, upper-middle-class wife

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43. Definition and synonyms of Conviction from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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44. This is the British English definition of Conviction.View American English definition of Conviction.

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45. Conviction tells the real-life story of a woman named Betty Ann Waters, a single mother of two who tended bar while acquiring her GED, Bachelor’s Degree, and then her law degree, all …

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46. The supreme happiness of life is the Conviction that we are loved

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47. She appealed unsuccessfully against her Conviction for murder

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48. His Conviction caused rioting in the streets

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49. Conviction is the strong belief that a behavior is right, moral, and consistent with your deeper values

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50. The rush to convict suspects on weak evidence may well lead not only to Conviction of the innocent, but also to the release of the guilty from liability for the crime, as occurred in the famous Alfred Dreyfus case, which I shall discuss later

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51. In the suspense novel Conviction by Denise Mina, when Sophie Bukaran realized she was in danger of being killed after a failed rape trial, she changed her name and made a new life for herself

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52. Conviction (n.) mid-15c., "the proving or finding of guilt of an offense charged," from Late Latin Convictionem (nominative convictio) "proof, refutation," noun of action from past-participle stem of convincere "to overcome decisively," from com-, here probably an intensive prefix (see com-), + vincere "to conquer" (from nasalized form of PIE root *weik-(3) "to fight, conquer").

Conviction, Charged, Convictionem, Convictio, Convincere, Com, Conquer

53. Conviction definition: A Conviction is a strong belief or opinion

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54. All these stocks are of course rated Buy, as the Conviction List is the top stock picks at Goldman Sachs

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55. Nothing could shake her Conviction that ‘abroad’ was a dangerous place

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56. It is the firm Conviction of the governors that this child should not be admitted to the school

Conviction, Child

57. It is my firm Conviction that nothing will change until we address the root causes of the problem

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58. He had a strong personal Conviction about the power of the printed word.

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59. Definition of Conviction in the Definitions.net dictionary

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60. What does Conviction mean? Information and translations of Conviction in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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61. 1 day ago · A top federal appeals court has upheld the terrorism Conviction of the wife of a German-born rapper who joined the Islamic State extremist group in Syria and likely died in an airstrike, authorities said Monday

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62. In a decision from March 9, the Federal Court of Justice upheld the Conviction of the woman, Omaima A., for membership in a terrorist organization as well as charges of failing to

Court, Conviction, Charges

63. The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals on Thursday upheld the murder Conviction and death sentence of man in the beheading of a co-worker in the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore

Court, Criminal, Conviction, Co, City

64. A Conviction Buy Is a Rare and Beautiful Thing A Conviction buy may be rare, but fear and greed occasionally create discounts in stocks

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CONVICTION [kənˈvikSH(ə)n]

NOUN
conviction (noun) · convictions (plural noun)

  • a formal declaration that someone is guilty of a criminal offense, made by the verdict of a jury or the decision of a judge in a court of law.
Synonyms: sentence . judgment . acquittal .

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