The author is sincerely grateful to an anonymous reviewer for the detailed comments which greatly improved the paper.
I sincerely hope that his sons become geologists showing the same amount of commitment as their father to a task well done.
Any time an official sincerely swears an oath to uphold the constitution, she is also engaged in an act of self-constraint.
In the first iteration, they are just voting sincerely.
If their ‘second-best’ candidates are so far apart ideologically from their own ideal point, voters may vote sincerely to manifest their protest.
If the lessons of history have been recognized and sincerely repented, we should do better in the future.
Accordingly, the reasons that people are sincerely prepared to offer for the opinions and beliefs they hold are not the “real” reasons.
They presented their proposals – sincerely as well as rhetorically – as following and catching up with other major scientific nations.
Finally, we sincerely appreciate the contributions of the patients who participated in this study.
Now if you sincerely wish to be registered as our dependency, we shall be friendly to you.
In some cases, they do this quite sincerely, but it then forces cities to institute fees on commercial activity.
I sincerely hope should she attain this high office she will see fit to take speech lessons beforehand.
The parents can sincerely believe that the experience and unusualness of immortality would be a harm to their offspring.
We sincerely hope that present difficulties will be resolved rapidly.
A disregard for anything cannot be more sincerely expressed than by a loss of consciousness during its presentation.
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