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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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When shown a red card, however, they had a choice between blue and green, if they were lying.
To find out whether the respondents were honest about the frequency of their lying, they were invited to take part in an additional lab test.
Lying that bespeaks a fundamental lack of trust in the parent-child relationship is important to recognize.
Someone suspected of lying would have to carry a red-hot iron bar for nine paces.
Johnson, psychotherapist and founder of Wholistic Counseling & Wellness Alternative, a Phoenix-based counseling and wellness center, says that there's often more to lying than just trying to deceive people.
Similarly, he dismisses Chabon's repeated references to lying as "the fine print at the bottom of a contract.
We loose faith in truth's value when confronted with such pervasive deception; we become cynical about being honest when neither we nor others expect it, notice it, nor reward that behavior (11); and we come to interpret lying as natural, necessary, inevitable, and acceptable.
Convulsive" lying by Ronald Reagan (who claimed he knew nothing of the Iran-Contra arrangement) and his vice president George H.
There are some who mistake a vivid imagination with lying.
Traditional lie detectors, like the polygraph, search for signs of emotional stress--increased pulse rate, blood pressure, breathing, and sweat--that are common symptoms of lying.
No one of these signals is proof that someone is lying.
He made it the law that lying should be a condition of public service.