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to give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

to prove or show to be false

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* IN NAMIBIA'S KALAHARI DESERT, Belie found joy on a grand scale and admits he became fearful that happiness was out of reach for those of us leading modern lifestyles.
Belie traveled with Knightsbridge head honcho and former U.S.
After the break, with Exeter Chiefs, SWERA, and Exeter College No 9 Richard Bolt on for Simpson, Belie added another penalty, making it 5-12.
The architectural firms working on this project are Beyer Blinder Belie Architects & Planners LLP in collaboration with Ismael Leyva Architects, P.C.
The Mersey Tunnels Users Association belie ve that all tolls should be removed completely, but have suggested that this might be phased starting with the weekends and other off-peakperiods.
And even Verizon's own wireless actions belie Sidak's claims.
Applying this concept to early manuscripts of the Vita Nuova, they conclude that modern divisions of the text into numbered chapters belie the fluidity of cosmic time, lived time, and calendar time inscribed there.
The Palace official warned that it is a crime to spread such news, adding that the President will 'belie all these false reports' as he is set to attend the 69th Ataw ng Ipil celebration on Thursday afternoon.
Belie extended Brive's lead with a penalty, but then Earls got his second and Ronan O'Gara converted and fired over three penalties from distance after Stringer was gifted their fifth after 50 minutes.
Thomas is portrayed as a loving father and husband prone to displays of emotion that belie his frosty exterior.
As a Christian,I belie ve that we are beg inning to witness an antiChristian sentiment in the United Kingdom.
Hamlet cannot be seeking more evidence of Claudius's guilt because the "rogue and peasant slave" soliloquy shows he is in no doubt about it; his explanation at the end of this speech of his fear that the Ghost "May be the devil" who "Abuses me to damn me" Russell discounts as "pure pretext" because the preceding lines belie it.
While he was off, Halfpenny kicked two penalties, but within seven minutes of his second, France had levelled matters courtesy of a brace from outside half Mathieu Belie.
But small details belie the apparent realism of what at first appears to be a happened-upon scene.
A Have your new belie shuttle Pete around on short daytrips to get him used to the car.