untruthfully


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in a mendacious and untruthful manner

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U represents the utility buyer i can obtain when bidding truthfully, and U' represents the utility when bidding untruthfully.
The statement said "he also knowingly responded, certified and swore untruthfully on his formal application when applying to become a naturalized U.
Not contemplating the consequences, Egypt had not only filed for Mansour to be arrested, untruthfully stating under profession: "not known" -- but also insisted through its Berlin embassy during the weekend of his incarceration in Moabit that the journalist had allegedly committed even more outrageous crimes than was put down in the 15 year sentence he was given in absentia.
In the account of Rainsford's life presented here, the British poet turned soldier, turned memoirist, turned historian comes off as a capricious, flighty, and slightly untrustworthy narrator who romanticized and anglicized, as it were, the Haitian Revolution in his historical account--particularly where the life of Louverture was concerned--and who would later boast, perhaps untruthfully, of his position as a "Lieutenant-General [.
As the passage quoted indicates, Keisha/Natalie cannot work out which self she truly is-she spends her life playing a game of dress-ups with the hope of finding the persona that is most truthfully he--or the least untruthfully her, as the case may be.
He had taken a cocktail of drugs and alcohol and then the fuse was lit by Raisbeck by what she said about Mr Blythe, wholly untruthfully.
Hughes then insisted, untruthfully, that multiple battalions had suffered 95% casualties and, "sons of members of this House went into this attack and never returned - all through bull-headed stupidity.
See Gilens, supra note 125, at 7 (stating "[u]ltimately, no matter how informative the canary is in theory, it is of no practical use if the government can compel a company to publish its canary untruthfully after serving the company with a surveillance request that should kill it").
They claim, untruthfully, to belong to a trade association.
And truthfully or untruthfully, accusations of innocent residents being shot dead in search operations are gaining currency increasingly.
Sharing information about the nature of a treatment boosted the beneficial effects of both active treatment and placebo in a prospective study of episodic migraine patients who received treatments with a pill that was truthfully, equivocally, or untruthfully labeled across a series of migraine episodes.
Presenting the operation results untruthfully will show the earning less or more than its real value.
McCarthyite red-baiting is one thing but untruthfully accusing someone of being an ardent supporter of Hamas or viewing children as a legitimate target for suicide bombers is another.
Later on he also gave her jewellery, lots more money, and an Audi -- and when she was arrested on suspicion of theft, he called up the police station and got her released by claiming, untruthfully, that she was the grand-daughter of Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.
Later on he also gave her jewellery, lots more money, and an Audi ' and when she was arrested on suspicion of theft, he called up the police station and got her released by claiming, untruthfully, that she was the grand-daughter of Egyptian dictator Hosni Mubarak.