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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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Partant de ces donnees, a-t-il dit, l'actuel gouvernement a decide de s'engager dans le sens de consacrer la bonne gouvernance et de lutter contre la prevarication et la corruption, annoncant dans son programme son intention de prendre une serie de mesures dans ce sens (reactualisation et mise a niveau de l'arsenal juridique relatif a la protection des fonds publics, lutte contre l'enrichissement illegal, mise en place d'une charte nationale de lutte contre la prevarication, modernisation de la legislation relative a la declaration du patrimoine et consolidation des assises de l'Instance nationale de probite et de prevention de la corruption).
Is it any wonder that DAVID EHRENSTEIN is fed up with the prevarication and ignorance that are killing gay men and countless others?
This attitude contrasts starkly with their English counterparts, whose prevarication and animosity has consistently bogged down the progress of high-speed tracks through Kent to London.
If we show weakness now, if we allow the plea for more time to become just an excuse for prevarication until the moment for action passes, then.
The Pinocchio effect" is just one example of prevarication picked up in the testimony by Dr.
The pattern of prevarication and half-truths, of course, has been in place even before the president took office, and it has never been restricted to arguably personal matters: While candidate Clinton gave halting, patently insincere, and predictably evolving accounts of his relationship with Gennifer Flowers (and the use of state troopers in facilitating the affair), he did the same regarding his draft experience and experimentation with drugs.
Given that these officers could be the subjects of beneficiary promotions in the years ahead, it is important that their testimonies be examined to ensure the absence of any prevarication on their part.
It is very important not to remove yourself from this process, leaving it up to your architect or any other prevarication of a normal bid process.
Even his name attested to his reputation, for he was called Prevarication Jones.
Weinberger is certainly no stranger to prevarication.
history (WorldCom), this year's crisis in market confidence and all the pervasive prevarication that made it possible".
Someone cuts us up in their car, someone throws a lemon at us - whatever it might be, we need time to allow things to settle, to stop being cross and process our emotions" John Cleese "The time for false praise and flattery, prevarication and procrastination is long past.