But from another perspective, Blowsnake violates and defies that truthfulness even as he creates it, for by characterizing himself as an inveterate prevaricator
, he turns Radin's logic of authentication against itself, producing a self-defeating paradox that the anthropologist-editor, whether inadvertently or purposefully, never acknowledges.
Beckwourth confirmed Beckwourth's legend as a champion prevaricator
Shakespeare disabuses us of the godliness of rightful rulers by portraying his duke as a prevaricator
and schemer, not a Solomon or Christ, as the Duke deludes other characters into believing.
Frankfurter, from whose correspondence with Hand and others Gunther quotes liberally, is cast in very poor light as a lifelong prevaricator
A Jesuit or Jesuitical person came to connote a deceiver or prevaricator
Admitting Melville's considerable debt to Balzac at this stage of his career does not lessen his "Americanness" or his genius; nor does it make Melville appear to be a prevaricator
, even if he had warned his countrymen not to write like "a Frenchman" (1987, 248).
Tax cuts, the environment, Social Security, stem-cell research, homeland security--on almost every issue confronting us, Bush has been a prevaricator
Lies from big media anchors or lies from a prevaricator
in chief are still lies.
How many reality shows reward the biggest prevaricator
in the group?
He handed the Republicans the material they needed to depict him as a shifty prevaricator
For Clinton, I suggest a choice from three: the great philanderer or the great prevaricator
or the great proliferator.
The Republicans have been hoping that an uneasy America would turn away from the youthful prevaricator
in the White House and seek the reassuring embrace of a loving, familiar grandfather; instead, they offered up someone who looks a lot more like your step-uncle Arnie, eager to wash your mouth out with soap if you do any cussing or stay out too late.