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LIE

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Liechtenstein. The code is used for transactions to and from Liechtensteiner bank accounts and for international shipping to Liechtenstein. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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As a company spokesperson noted, the founders of UK Lie Detector Test understand how important confidentiality is when dealing with their clients.
The lies that are way bigger than the KabataE- scandal - -which has been gradually exposed to be a despicable lie over time -- continue to be poured down on the public in the form of the bottom layers of the "parallel structure" grand lie.
In some experiments, only one possible lie option was open to them, while in others there was a choice available of which lie to tell.
41 percent of the respondents indicated that they had not lied at all, whereas just 5 percent turned out to be accountable for 40 percent of all of the lies told.
The ball-above-your-feet lie will cause the ball to be pulled, so be sure to aim accordingly.
Rarely do these lies threaten the core trust relationship between parent and children, although some moms and dads erroneously equate a lie at any age concerning any issue and of any scale as the same type of dishonesty they see in adults or even criminals.
In this Section we summarize the index theory of Lie algebras.
Although these assurances are an improvement over the industry's earlier caveat ("Be truthful, your answers are subject to verification by polygraphic examination"), both instructions are a lie.
Sexual experience is the top subject Americans lie to their best friends about (12%), followed by income/salary (8%), political opinions (also 8%) and religious beliefs (7%).
When children reach school age, they lie more often and can do so more convincingly.
He says that a person is not said to tell a lie if he/she believes a statement to be true, even if it can be show to be false.