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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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On Bold Street the pavement outside the Johnny English restaurant, Utility and clothes shop Take 2 lies behind police tape and a police van could be seen parked up at the scene.
"Our detachment from nature lies behind a host of modern psychological, emotional and physical problems....
One judge commented, 'You see a clarity in the presentation which makes you confident that the same clarity lies behind the design'.
Sufi meditation (muraqabah) is a mental doorway through which practitioners can discern the reality that lies behind the illusory nature of the world around them.
The 3,500 s/f interior space lies behind a 1930's cast-iron facade, which is strongly gridded and decoratively cast with detail.
T: I would say that's the question, the plea, the desperate call that lies behind that first paragraph of Psalm 22.
Whatever lies behind it, his decision to quit as leader of the SSP will leave a void which will be hard to fill.
It is comprised of a liquid-permeable top sheet that lies next to the wearer during use and a liquid-impermeable backing sheet that lies behind the wearer in use.
First, their taxes go toward the federally-funded basic research that lies behind most such discoveries.
Even more disturbing than the "scientific McCarthyism" that lies behind the recent interference in federally funded research on AIDS ["Hit List on the Hill," December 23] is its timing.
An eerie sense that the building's brain lies behind that door is enhanced by the lantern, which moves like a laparoscope withdrawing from an esophagus--though the mysterious scene is less clinical than evocative of a certain subconscious vulnerability.