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tending to betray

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"If you now try to hold us in against our will you will be facing perfidious Albion on speed."
Baeidinejad said the suspension was an "illegal act" and generally pitched the story as one more reprehensible act by perfidious Albion.
When all of the above is factored in, is it really any surprise that a majority of the population of Britain felt that no-one was listening to them and voted leave; even allowing for the perfidious lies that we were continually being told by both groups?
the "perfidious" political landscape and create new dynamics in regions to face up to marginalisation.
"The odious politics and perfidious ways of BJP stand exposed.
Other recent roles have included a customs manager in crime film The Corrupted and a bar owner in political thriller Perfidious as well as a big Sony video game.
Following this summary rejection ( which will be led by the perfidious French of course), in will come the slam dunk.
"Awake from the lethargy of the sold politicians who, in the name of patriotism, implement the plan of the Slavs for the eviction of Albanians from their regions, projects similar to the former, but this time not through violence, but with perfidious forms of poverty and misery" says Adili.
THE term perfidious Albion is often used to describe Britain's underhand, and sometimes treacherous dealings with other countries.
But in a strongly worded reaction, the Buhari Media Support Group described the letter as perfidious and opportunistic.
The big truth about diabetes is that perfidious as it is, it can also be controlled, even banished into remission.
The council expressed the solidarity of Yemeni people with the Egyptian people in this perfidious attack, asking mercy for the souls of victims and wishing a speedy recovery for the wounded.
If ever the phrase, 'perfidious Albion', could be levelled at Britain, then this is surely a perfect example.
'Awit at Salaysay' also refers to false or perfidious Jews ('mga lilong Hudyo') as the ones who killed Jesus.
I felt that Evan McMullin typified that perfidious mentality," he wrote.