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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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No matter how much we hate to be lied to, we are remarkably comfortable with the lie.
Prosecutors say in the report, however, that Clinton lied before the grand jury when he said his sexual encounters with Lewinsky did not constitute ``sexual relations,'' as defined in the Jones case.
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.
When negotiating over money, for example, people give better deals, in repeated interactions to people who have been honest, and the worst deals to those who have directly lied.
Nearly four in ten Americans (37%) say they've lied to get out of work, while a third (32%) have lied to get out of a social event, and roughly a quarter have lied to get out of school (26%) or a family gathering (23%).
Some variations: ``Newsweek lied/Bush lied,'' ``Dan Rather lied/Bush lied,'' ``Clinton lied/Bush lied,'' ``Nixon lied/Bush lied.
His Administration lied six ways to Sunday to browbeat the American public into going along with the war.
25] Likewise, responses such as, "I would never do that," "Lying is below me," I have never lied," or "I would never lie," or, "I would never do such a thing" should alert investigators to the possibility of deception.
Rather than treating this distinction as a minor point of legitimate confusion, the news media concluded that Gore had willfully lied.
Clinton might figure the public actually needs his denial, even a denial it does not believe, to avoid having to deal with the fact that he lied under oath and to the public.
According to the latest Vault workplace research, 14% of the professionals polled by Vault admit to having lied on their resumes.
He lied about the reasons he took us to war with the wrong enemy.