The influence upon conduct and conviction ascribed to music was accordingly great: it was regarded as the basis of government, of order.
When I press something on you, it is from a conviction that it is for your interest and for your good
The conviction has spread to the neighbouring Kuki and Chin tribes, who have seen hundreds convert to Judaism in recent years.
Archer had left her with the conviction that Count Olenski's accusation was not unfounded
Any person who contravenes subsection (1) or (2) shall BE guilty of an offence and shall BE liable on conviction to a fine of $2,000.
If you would convince others ,you seem open to conviction yourself. (Philip Dormer Chesterfield, British statesman)
His departure gave Catherine the first experimental conviction that a loss may be sometimes a gain.
He DID so not just out of modesty but, more important, out of a conviction that political work was the lifeblood of the army.
I HAD suddenly felt a chill conviction of danger, a shiver that suggested overwhelming evil
I have the conviction that he is telling the truth.