liar


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If a liar thinks that you're buying their story they may well tell bigger falsehoods that can later be disproved.
Jennings Brewery, | (left) sponsor the Biggest Liar in the World competition .
And please don't let your enthusiasm for exposing a possibly destructive liar on the board cause you to lose faith in all those other talented, productive, basically honest directors you work with.
Accordingly, for sentences f like the Liar which are neither true nor false, the implication [phi] [right arrow] [phi] is not valid in Kripke's semantics, neither in IF-logic.
A visit to a games exhibition in Germany prompted them to publish Liar Liar themselves.
And not only other Republicans, Baptists, bigots, and liars.
The Psycho differs from the Liar in that his reactions will read like a Richter during an earthquake.
Films reviewed include, among others, About Schmidt; Liar, Liar; Magnolia; Pleasantville; My Name Is Joe; The Sixth Sense; and American Beauty.
There's no significant reward for a liar who's believed or punishment for a judge who's duped.
45pmThe true history of lies, written and presented by Martin Plimmer, who explains that you can't tell a liar by the length of their nose, posture or whether their eyes are too close together -they look just like you and me.
Ice Age" and "Blade II" both leapt ahead of "Liar Liar," which has held the top spot since 1997.
7) Although the attorney did not specifically characterize the witness as a "liar," the Fourth District Court of Appeal gratuitously observed "it is permissible for an attorney to comment on the credibility of a witness, for example by calling the witness a liar, when it is with reference to the testimony given and the attorney is merely drawing a conclusion from the evidence.
These signals, some of which can pass in a split second, indicate the leakage of emotions that the liar would rather keep hidden: guilt, anger, fear, embarrassment, or "duping delight," the glee some liars feel at deceiving their targets.
In his play Othello, he created arguably the greatest liar in the history of literature.
Two movie producers are suing Hollywood moguls for at least pounds 15 million over the blockbuster comedy Liar, Liar.