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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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Let's hope that Edwina Hart's actions in ordering the review by Professor Mansel Aylward will result in fairer and equitable access to tried and tested drugs and therapies for Welsh people, and see an end to the Assembly supporting Health Commission Wales when they prevaricate on appropriate actions which would otherwise save and prolong the lives of all Welsh people.
Dissemble, prevaricate, obfuscate: it's all deception and it's what made Bill Clinton "slick." Richard Nixon "not a crook." and George W.
So as with the UK Labour Party WAG seems to prevaricate, consequently the electorate is dubious as to the actual benefit, other than to scrutinise more effectively future laws.
Some Kopites rs doubt Evra's side of the story and claim he is prone to prevaricate. How appropriate then that prevaricate is an anagram of Patrice Evra.
We prevaricate and delay and finally say we won't take part because the local authorities in our region can't agree a united way forward.
It beggars belief that politicians can prevaricate on an issue like this.
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.
``If Republicans continue to prevaricate, the institutions will remain in cold storage.
Prevaricate officially means speak/act evasively but is more often used like procrast; it''s best avoided.
Let's hope Edwina Hart's actions in ordering the review by Professor Mansel Aylward will result in fairer and equitable access to tried and tested drugs and therapies for Welsh people, and see an end to the Welsh Assembly supporting Heath Commission Wales when they prevaricate on appropriate actions which would otherwise save or prolong the lives of all Welsh people.