Some articles on believed:

Kinver - Myths
... It is believed this so-called 'Beast of Kinver' was once kept as a pet but was released into the wild when new laws restricting the keeping of wild ... This was believed to be the central location for the Witch trials in the area and several women were believed to be hanged for witchcraft and heresy ...
Emilio Mola
... down labour and student subversion as he had crushed tribal rebelion in Morocco." He believed that Jews had masterminded the revolution and must be prevented from doing the same in Western Europe ... He believed this justified Nazism ... He believed in a Jewish-Masonic-Bolshevik contubernio, or conspiracy ...
Scissors - Culture - Superstition
... This is believed to cause bad luck ... America United States In New Orleans, some believed that putting an open pair of scissors underneath your pillow at night was a sound method for sleeping well, even if one might be cursed ... Eastern Europe It is believed in some Eastern Europe countries that leaving scissors open causes fights and disagreement within a household ...
Tinker V. Des Moines Independent Community School District - The Court's Decision - Dissents
... Black, who had long believed that disruptive "symbolic speech" was not constitutionally protected, wrote, "While I have always believed that under the First and Fourteenth ...
Henana Of Adiabene - Christological Dispute
... Accordingly, he believed in God's suffering on the Cross, impossible without a union between the two natures, and he accepted the decisions of Ephesus and believed that the term 'mot ... Henana believed that Adam was initially immortal, and that he became mortal through sin ...

Famous quotes containing the word believed:

    What terrible questions we are learning to ask! The former men believed in magic, by which temples, cities, and men were swallowed up, and all trace of them gone. We are coming on the secret of a magic which sweeps out of men’s minds all vestige of theism and beliefs which they and their fathers held and were framed upon.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    Even while lying, you’ll be believed if you speak with authority.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    The structure was designed by an old sea captain who believed that the world would end in a flood. He built a home in the traditional shape of the Ark, inverted, with the roof forming the hull of the proposed vessel. The builder expected that the deluge would cause the house to topple and then reverse itself, floating away on its roof until it should land on some new Ararat.
    —For the State of New Jersey, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)