The politicians and media outlets of the Erdoy-anian regime are capable of spurting out so many lies
in just one day that those lies
could make a full-sized book.
Currently, Alterman points out, "ex-presidents Reagan and Bush are nationally admired and, to many people, beloved figures, subject to nary a mention of the lies
and crimes described in detail"--perhaps because the Cold War ended on U.
Therefore, the wise thing is for us diligently to train ourselves to lie
thoughtfully, judiciously,' Twain said.
that health maintenance organizations (HMOs) refer to nursing home care recipients as members, whose value lies
in their ability to join the organization, and as customers, whose value lies
in providing successful satisfaction surveys;
When children reach school age, they lie
more often and can do so more convincingly.
Ages 3-4 : Lies
tend to be based on fantasy and imagination.
I believe that very few lies
are told to hurt others.
It makes the lies
spouses - and the man who comes between them, an even richer rake played with dissolute insouciance by Rupert Everett - tell one another literal matters of life and death, not just heartbreak that feels that way.
The proposed planet would lie
inside the ring, but still farther from its star than Pluto lies
from the sun.
soldiers dying at the appalling rate of one a day in Iraq, those lies
The Scruples and Lies
Survey 2002, which interviewed 5,000 women in their mid-30s across Britain, found a shocking 97pc of Welsh women admitted telling little white lies
while more than a third admitting to lying every day.
But Gore's lies
are not just false, they're outrageously, stupidly false.
He has lied when it mattered and when it didn't matter at all, and the victims of his lies
scatter the political landscape like leaves in October.
She claims to be a bootlegger to account for her apparent prosperity; she lies
"to keep the peace" (Mules 151).
11 - THE TEMPERATURE AT WHICH THE BRAIN BEGINS TO DIE," to refute the lies
and propaganda in Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11.