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That was thanks mainly to Armstrong - who comes across as a loathsome, bullying, lying drugs cheat - as he steadfastly delivers his bare faced untruths to the camera.
He said: "AIB caused a number of problems for my brother as minister because, quite frankly, I think some of the people in the bank were telling what I can only describe to be utter untruths publicly about the state of the bank and what was needed to get the bank out of its difficulties.
He said: "We have noted carefully the deception on the part of Pupil A who has admitted telling a number of untruths.
IT is depressingly inevitable that a look at the letters page of The Journal in the days following a demo such as the TUC anti-cuts march on Saturday will throw up any number of misinformed, lazy, ignorant stereotypes and plain untruths, and this week has proved no different.
Some people pretending to be the official No campaign or even rogue Labour members could write their own local news letters and say all the untruths they like.
NEWCASTLE'S Kevin Nolan is concerned that nasty untruths have been written about his fine team-mates.
How I wish some of the other published articles in the Record were as uplifting and true as this one, not slanderous and full of untruths .
The press" has been guilty of perpetuating myths and untruths about the F22, Air Force Maj.
by heavy untruths in the hands of arrogant men," she said.
But sometimes, these untruths are not intended to scare.
nominee, John Bolton, past the Senate because of his probable untruths and undermining many CIA and State Department officials, President Bush underhandedly bypassed advise and consent during the Senate recess.
A lot of untruths get published over the web and you have to defend things that you didn't do or didn't need to defend in the first place.
From its outset, the UN was built on a series of untruths.
An evildoer whose testimony before the 9/11 Commission is nothing but a grandstanding load of transparent lies in a pitiable attempt to hype sales of his libelous collection of untruths published by a subsidiary of Viacom, which also owns CBS (wink-wink).
That faculty becomes a menace, however, if what the writer is inviting them to read between the lines are untruths.