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know, if you attempt to use deceit toward me any further.
I don't wish to use deceit," said Maggie, flushing into resentment at hearing this word applied to her conduct.
Maggie paused a moment; then, determined to make an end of Tom's right to accuse her of deceit, she said haughtily:
Ongoing losses arising under the claim, which sets out what Mr Haigh says were calculated deceits aimed at luring him out of the UK and into the jurisdiction of Dubai, are now being calculated," said IMA in a statement.
This is a further shameless deceit - since October 2012 ALL complaints completed on the IPCC website are directed - without the IPCC even looking at them - to the force complained about, compounding the one the greatest deceits on the British public ever - that the IPCC is an effective protection against corrupt police practices.
As always, Villaraigosa talks a good game, but his budget dance looks a lot like the smoke-and-mirrors deceits of his failed predecessor in the Mayor's Office.
Deftly written by Martin Bertman, Vanity Of Vanities is an epic tale of knighthood and the contradictory deceits of men with selfish ambitions and those who oppose them out of a sense of honor and obligation.
He told Lord Justice Kay, Mr Justice Wright and Mr Justice Henriques, ``I seek to demonstrate on behalf of the appellant that there are a series of deceits that have gone on in his case in terms of non-disclosure.
Hired by a beautiful socialite (Faye Dunaway) to investigate her husband's extramarital affair, Gittes is swept into a maelstrom of double dealings and deadly deceits, uncovering a web of personal and political scandals that come crashing together for one, unforgettable night in Chinatown.
But even so, its deceits surely haven't helped - and they're costing the city dearly.
Chapter nine, "Playing with the Truth," identifies the notion of play on words and these two notions of the conceits and deceits of language.