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to give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

to prove or show to be false

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IN NAMIBIA'S KALAHARI DESERT, Belie found joy on a grand scale and admits he became fearful that happiness was out of reach for those of us leading modern lifestyles.
After the break, with Exeter Chiefs, SWERA, and Exeter College No 9 Richard Bolt on for Simpson, Belie added another penalty, making it 5-12.
We all want to do better, but the facts today belie Epstein's cynical view.
The architectural firms working on this project are Beyer Blinder Belie Architects & Planners LLP in collaboration with Ismael Leyva Architects, P.
The Mersey Tunnels Users Association belie ve that all tolls should be removed completely, but have suggested that this might be phased starting with the weekends and other off-peakperiods.
And even Verizon's own wireless actions belie Sidak's claims.
Belie extended Brive's lead with a penalty, but SCORE: Earls runs in a try then Earls got his second and Ronan O'Gara converted and fired over three penalties from distance after Stringer was gifted their fifth after 50 minutes.
Thomas is portrayed as a loving father and husband prone to displays of emotion that belie his frosty exterior.
As a Christian,I belie ve that we are beg inning to witness an antiChristian sentiment in the United Kingdom.
Recorded over three years, Beghtol and chief collaborator Charles Newman used dozens of arcane instruments--including melodica, singing saw, harmonium, and ukulele--to craft 12 exquisite vignettes that are surprisingly accessible, thanks to conversational lyrics and catchy melodies that belie the ornate arrangements.
While he was off, Halfpenny kicked two penalties, but within seven minutes of his second, France had levelled matters courtesy of a brace from outside half Mathieu Belie.
STRANGE but,as a mere female,I did honestly belie ve that football was a team game.
The contemporary finishes, fixtures and other amenities in the interiors belie the vintage facade of 144 West 18th Street and its setting in a traditional Chelsea streetscape.
The casual, everyday nature of the gestures--not stretched or shaped in conformance to a style or technique--and the straightforward manner of performance belie the detail that Brown builds into the solo.
When,after the war in Iraq,Dr Hans Blix said he belie ved that the war would have taken place ``probably within 12 months'', that comment was not repeated in the media.