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Other skeptics say Section 230 allows platforms to profit from hosting misinformation and hate speech.
The association with GM gives Nikola a much-needed credibility boost—the startup has battled skeptics of its technology and business model, particularly since its stock was publicly listed earlier this year.
So it’s a little awkward that a county supervisor has positioned himself as the most high-profile local skeptic of the virus.
Since May, Desmond has positioned himself as the most high-profile skeptic of the coronavirus to hold local office.
I called them “islands of fertility in the continent,” though some skeptics doubted that the lakes were really there.
This circumstance alone, ought to be strong evidence, even to a skeptic, of its super-human origin.
Now, says the skeptic, is it not possible that reptiles and birds lived upon the earth previous to the creation of beasts?
I should like to argue the point with you, but you are such a confirmed skeptic, I fear I should be wasting my time.
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A powerful bass voice projected itself from the lungs of the good-humored-looking skeptic.
SOUTHERN HEARTSFLORENCE HULL WINTERBURN
Yours is a skeptic age, my dears, and you have learned to scoff at things you do not understand.

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