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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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If a liar thinks that you're buying their story they may well tell bigger falsehoods that can later be disproved.
13) Television movies, in contrast, including the pathbreaking Sybil (1973), Something about Amelia (1984), Liar Liar (1993), and Shattered Trust: The Shari Karney Story (1993), have taken pains to validate the incest memories of their heroines by depicting, subjectively but deliberately, the gestural acts leading up to and/or encompassing the sexual abuse.
Nevertheless, a skillful liar creates an alternative reality to convince the dupe that what did not happen did, in fact, occur.
PHILIP and Barbara Horn have told me about the World's Biggest Liar competition that is held each year in Wasdale Valley in the Lake District.
In fact, polished liars tend to give too much eye contact (they know that myth, too, after all), so when your director suddenly locks you with his gaze, start looking for the two give-away eye signals that say, "This sincere stare is not projecting sincerity": 1) pupils dilate automatically when someone is lying, and 2) blink rate begins to fluctuate noticeably, first slowing down while the liar constructs and delivers his lie, then speeding up, sometimes as much as eighttimes normal rate, while he/she watches for your reaction.
A visit to a games exhibition in Germany prompted them to publish Liar Liar themselves.
And not only other Republicans, Baptists, bigots, and liars.
The Psycho differs from the Liar in that his reactions will read like a Richter during an earthquake.
Films reviewed include, among others, About Schmidt; Liar, Liar; Magnolia; Pleasantville; My Name Is Joe; The Sixth Sense; and American Beauty.
Even before the secret tapes surfaced, there were any number of ways Nixon could have been proven a liar, and when the so-called "smoking-gun" tape of the June 23, 1972, conversation with Bob Haldeman surfaced, two of his deceptions were demolished: His claim that he had not been involved in covering up anything, and his argument that he had no involvement whatsoever in implicating the CIA in the Watergate matter.
There's no significant reward for a liar who's believed or punishment for a judge who's duped.
45pmThe true history of lies, written and presented by Martin Plimmer, who explains that you can't tell a liar by the length of their nose, posture or whether their eyes are too close together -they look just like you and me.