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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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Senior Opupulepu, it is in this condition of matters arising in the acts of lying that certain konkonsa practitioners were kidnapped, abducted, arrested, hooked by their trousers at the waist by our village chief watchmen for lie-lying about the Great Leopard Odinihuni Nana Onsurowuo Owuobiayeowuo.
*Lying is bad because a generally truthful world is a good thing: lying diminishes trust between human beings:
I can't see how these passages can be read as anything but a stern rebuke of Sara's legal justification for lying and dishonesty in public life.
"That way, it would be possible to detect if a criminal is lying or to know the true intentions of people trying to cross the border between two countries."
Mearsheimer's book, 'Why leaders lie, the Truth about Lying in International Politics', is an interesting treatise on the issue of political lying by statesmen and leaders.
4) We were all lying down when the police came to rescue us.
all tell a fib or now and then Compulsive lying may also be a symptom of a type of mental health problem known as a personality disorder.
In the course of interpersonal interactions, lying behavior can be related to an individual's psychological characteristics.
Aijaz Ali Shah, Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate from Mirpur Mathelo and posted him as Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate, Mehar against the post lying vacant.
Non-fiction / Lying / Morals / Truthfulness / Falsehood / Honesty / Trust
The highest rate of lying is between strangers, who lie to each other at least three times in the first ten minutes.