belive

belive

(bɪˈlaɪv)
adv
speedily
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We belive in serving Humanity and Creation of human being on the earth is to serve the mankind.
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He told reporters today that he was surprised to the belive of others about the possibility of traveling to Iraq without the need for a visa, denying the truth of the subject, stressing that everyone should get a visa before traveling.
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" I belive CHP will get more than 30 percent of the votes across Turkey," said YavaE-.
Post 285: Sex and the Saudi Shisha Belive it or not, smoking hookah ins KSA is basically a sign of being a bad person.
A Durham Constabulary spokesman said: "We belive a dark-coloured vehicle was in both areas of the two incidents and would appeal to anyone with information to come forward."
- Ged Quinn, 18, promoter, Berwick Hills I don't belive in all that but my son does.
which were published on Tuesday, said, "We belive that Europe's role is basic
"I belive that the NHS is one of the greatest advances in social welfare in the world and I also believe that the people of this country won't stand by and see it die.
I belive Istanbul will climb to high places among world cities.