Beckwourth confirmed Beckwourth's legend as a champion prevaricator
Frankfurter, from whose correspondence with Hand and others Gunther quotes liberally, is cast in very poor light as a lifelong prevaricator
Admitting Melville's considerable debt to Balzac at this stage of his career does not lessen his "Americanness" or his genius; nor does it make Melville appear to be a prevaricator
, even if he had warned his countrymen not to write like "a Frenchman" (1987, 248).
How many reality shows reward the biggest prevaricator
in the group?
For Clinton, I suggest a choice from three: the great philanderer or the great prevaricator
or the great proliferator.
Seems there's nothing that the head prevaricator
and his stooges won't try to influence Congress and the American people.
Unfortunately, the Democrats have permanently established their posture on the issues of impeachment: defense of an obvious - though not admitted or convicted - prevaricator
who is the twice-elected leader of their party.
Clinton and history will certainly agree that he is the most skilled prevaricator
to ever reside at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
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