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Our analysis also found that a longtime truism in polling — that surveys using live callers are more accurate — is no longer true.
This is a truism of life, but we can’t resist manufacturing false gods.
In other words, it is a truism, mere equation in terms, telling nothing whatever.
Nevertheless, it is a truism which men are none the worse of being reminded of now and then.
That the day may begin with calm and sunshine, yet end in clouds and tempest—or vice versa—is a truism which need not be enforced.
Somehow this statement, though a truism, did not seem to fit on to previous remarks.
It is a mere truism to remark that in every political question the main controversy is complicated by a number of side issues.
A 'truism' is not useless so long as its truth is not admitted.
I believe this to be a truism which will defy even criticism.
That Maimonides's influence upon Jewish theology and thought was deep and lasting is a truism.

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