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marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

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The West acts duplicitously when it holds others to standards it itself does not feel bound to live by.
However, these same TPP proponents are duplicitously telling other audiences that China will probably be admitted into the TPP and that, at any rate, the final game plan is to have the TPP subsumed into the larger planned Free Trade Area of the Asia Pacific (FTAAP), which will include not only Communist China, but Russia as well.
Oleksandr Klymenko, who was head of the tax authority under Yanukovich, said in a statement to Reuters: "It is shameful and just plain wrong that some of my country's new crowd of bureaucrats are so desperate to distract the public from the alarming economic conditions which they should be working hard to solve (as I did my best to do), that they duplicitously try to explain their own failures by casting blame on my popular successes by fabricating groundless charges.
After Chris Hansen scolds and chastises the predator, he always duplicitously suggests that the predator is "free to leave" when, in actuality, law enforcement officers are ready to pounce on the unsuspecting man.
But in so far as pre-packaged Benavis stands as both an example and figure of the persistence of Francoism in postFranco Spain, Tom's longing for Almanzora can also be read as the longing for a genuinely transitional space in which the past would be successfully left behind rather than duplicitously carried forward.
And about the bandaged Cosa nostra Fabro (1990:31) wrote duplicitously, 'before I was able to cut a form of Italy out of glass some of it broke, so this one I bound back up tightly with mafia wire.
Meanwhile, they were duplicitously creating nearly 200 new peers in the Lords who are unelected and who cost more than PS150,000 a year each.
Here, Luke is arguing that the ethical practice of the creditor is greater than the ethical obligations of a debtor, that one's reputation can be built on imputing credit to others, but while he duplicitously warns against "our devotions" being "but words," he later regrets that "what's done, with words/Cannot be undone" (5.
Conversely, how duplicitously Odysseus interprets the plans of Zeus (Phil 989-90) is dismissed merely as a contemptible pretext.
To keep from being crushed in Cooley's arms, Richard agrees duplicitously not to "thwart" him and then continues to, especially after Cooley declares his love, in actuality this time, not merely in Richard's thoughts.
If, as Elkins notes, the "steps [moving from old original to new original] are historically determined categories and habits of thought," then what does it mean about our relationship to history and about our habits of thought when those categories are duplicitously (rather than transparently, as in the Levine photos using Walker's negatives) traduced?
Tory spin on Quebec was test-marketed in the propaganda onslaught against the ill-fated Liberal-NDP coalition, which was duplicitously framed as a Liberal coalition not just with the "socialists" but also with the "separatists"--which it was not.
This recent chroma-tism witnesses Mofokeng's definitive repudiation of his documentary origins, as he abandons shadows for the duplicitously gorgeous fields of death.
Sadly, these physicians recommended rejection of this resolution, choosing duplicitously to allow the AMA to continue the status quo and to label them as "unethical physicians.
The crux is that Pakistan poses as a partner in the war while at the same time it duplicitously provides succor and support to the likes of the Afghan Taliban and the Haqqani Network.