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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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We know from the scandal of the atom- bomb test guineas pigs of the 1950s, and the continuing genetic disasters for generations of families, that the ministry will prevaricate and lie in order to hide the truth.
If Republicans con-tinue to prevaricate, the institutions will remain in cold storage.
The longer the council prevaricate on this, Edgbaston and Birmingham fall further behind the competition for the staging of international cricket in the future," he said.
While Lord Mandelson and his Cabinet colleagues prevaricate, disaster edges ever closer.
For each week our pen-pushers prevaricate over a translation timetable, seven babies will lose their lives to a largely preventable condition.
If Republicans continue to prevaricate, the institutions will remain in cold storage.
But in the same way as the football authorities continue to prevaricate over goal-line technology to show whether the ball has crossed the line or not, I can't see the offside law being changed unless there is a major decision that goes horribly wrong at a prestige event like Euro 2008.
We cannot afford to lose more of the city's historic gems while their owners prevaricate and stall.
But while we prevaricate one fact is not in question: We have the highest rates of smoking-related cancer and heart disease in England.
Centro, backers of the metro, needs to submit a business case for the tram line by December and will press ahead with a Black Country network if Birmingham continues to prevaricate.
After all a pile of bricks is 'A PILE OF BRICKS', no matter how much the Art Taste Police prevaricate.