Trump told his 18th separate untruth
in his third full week in office, and his list keeps growing.
That is the first untruth
we must all resist: That martial law in Mindanao is of concern only to the people of Mindanao.
When citizens has complained to WAPDA authorities they told that there is no extra loading shedding in district Badin and citizens and journalistic community speaking untruth
#1: Bill sponsors claim DOT forces airlines to hide taxes and fees.
Furqan designated by Holy Quran in Surah Al Anfal signifies distinction between right and wrong, the truth and untruth
, and also means the standard and criterion to judge between the truth and falsehood.
Man, Lukacs has written (here and elsewhere) can tolerate injustice more than he can tolerate untruth
In a message, the Vice President said that celebrated throughout the country in a mood of festivity and gaiety, Diwali symbolizes the triumph of good over evil, of light over darkness, of truth over untruth
19 issue entitled "Political Science"--which states that "Americans have perfectly good moral and societal reasons not to dwell on the racial distribution of intelligence," and goes on to approvingly quote Nathan Glazer's comment that untruth
on the subject is better for us than the truth--amounts to obscurantism.
When the time comes I shall take an untruth
into my hands and lean out
This is scary because an anecdote can damage sales despite its untruth
Widespread heresies such as Arianism (named after a cleric, Arius, in the fourth century), that denied that Jesus was truly divine and equal to God, caused millions to be swept out of the Church before the Council of Nicea in AD 345 was able to expose this untruth
and to define what Catholics believe to this day.
Control of the truth, or more precisely untruth
, is too important for China's Communist leaders to leave to others.
Propaganda, by definition, is the embodiment of communication used to promote wrongdoing or untruth
Motto: 'The old adage of too many irons in the fire conveys an untruth
The most recent venture into this arena, "Art from Brazil in New York" (January/February 1995), was accompanied by a catalogue that cited Meireles' and Oiticica's proudly defiant assertions; twenty-five years later the evident untruth
of these declarations fills them with pathos.