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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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A taxpayer with income [Y.sub.1] therefore has an incentive to dissemble on her income report, ceteris paribus.
Type i individuals with [Y.sub.1] income dissemble when
If the psychic cost of dissembling is less than the critical value [[Epsilon].sub.i] ([Delta]), type i taxpayers will dissemble.
Type 1 taxpayers with a psychic cost less than [[Epsilon].sub.1] ([Delta]) dissemble and the incentive compatibility condition is fulfilled for type 2 taxpayers.
While a 15-year-old who dissembles to cover her Friday night tracks might not say, "Well, Dow Coming and the Department of Defense do it, too," our cultural toleration of institutional deceit surely has an effect on the way we conduct our own lives.
In the long poem that opens the book, the poet resolves that her late father, who passed when she was very young, was a "symbol/ of all I cannot name" and imagines him as "a house on stilts,/ out in the shallows of the sea,/ whittled by salt, wind, and rain." The third of five sections is devoted to the poet's native Jamaica, a country in which "each story dissembles as landscape." Here, the poet discovers "In my own land,/ I have become a tourist,/ a visitor from foreign."
In it, Thompson dissembles Scalia's simplistic reliance on antiquated church teachings to defend the indefensible--in this case, the sad US practice regarding the application of capital punishment.
I suppose Michael's behavior should be no surprise in a country where even the biggest celebrity, Bill Clinton, dissembles blatantly about his private life and then expresses surprise when interest in it doesn't go away.
Clinton dissembles, distorts, and lies when it serves his purpose.
AS the Jude Law and Sadie Frost marriage dissembles by the day it was, it has been claimed, the accidental discovery of pounds 700 Manolo Blahnik shoes which an infatuated Law meant for Nicole Kidman's delicate little feet that sent his wife off the dial.
Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron's Goetz Collection in Munich, at first glance a retro-Modernist glass box, dissembles its structural support system between two layers of frosted glass-sheathing.
This current body of work no longer dissembles the boundary between Art and Life; rather, each new attempt to sustain the dissolution demands, as Warhol understood so well, a kind of perverse reinstatement of art and its enabling institutions.