(1) Even if what you were suggesting was true, you would merely be confirming an old moral truism that evil actions can have good consequences.(2) It is a truism that rights and responsibilities go hand in hand.(3) Most of us will see it as a truism but it is also a warning against the tendency of all of us, ethnobiologists are no exception, to get carried away.(4) But, there is an old truism in public relations - you don't repeat the charges against you.(5) In the end, though, it's that old truism about parental guidance that counts.(6) It is a truism to say that fieldwork is a prerequisite to any sort of research on Neotropical birds.(7) Let's put aside the obvious truism , applicable to both Old and New Media, that the value of a creative work increases as more people are exposed to it.(8) It's an obvious truism but to succeed, the team's whole must exceed the sum of its parts.(9) the truism that you get what you pay for(10) It is a truism to say that humanity is gone out of journalism.(11) It is a truism to say that we describe the world through the lens our own experience.(12) An old truism about the perverse ways of big business surfaced again last week in the pages of the Financial Times.(13) An old truism regarding alcoholism is that if someone close to you thinks it's a problem, it's a problem.(14) Sometimes a truism can be proclaimed in a manner that makes it startling.(15) the truism that you get what you pay for(16) No one denies the truism that the dreamer cannot really connect his dream with his waking past, which is one reading of this response.