Faiths [noun]

Definition of Faiths:

trust in something

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Thanks to the courage of the leaders present, we take a major stride toward a future in which people of all faiths and backgrounds can live together in peace and prosperity.

Thank you François-Henri Pinault, Laurent Claquin and many others for taking this leap of faith.

Twitter updated its civic integrity policy on Thursday, saying it plans to label or remove any misleading information about the election results or any disputed claims that could undermine the faith in the election itself.

GM’s role in making the Badger, then, will almost certainly help bolster buyers’ faith in the truck’s build quality.

It was, rather, an article of geeky faith — an innate confidence that karaoke’s survival instincts would propel it toward innovation ahead of everybody else.

John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, and Kenneth Branagh star in the film, which plumbs questions about fate, faith, and memory in a way that falls in line with Nolan’s past work.

Several times in the movie, its characters discuss faith, fate, and fanaticism.

That’s below the stock’s 200-day moving average—no great thank-you for those who had faith in Samwer’s vision.

For his part, Neal’s campaign denied any involvement, and the College Democrats’ president claimed they had acted in good faith.

We aim to capture all publicly available polls that are being conducted in good faith.