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The Foreign Office's spokesperson said, 'India attempted to portray Jadhav as a common prisoner to belie the reality.
In it, Belie crosses the globe looking for the fountain of happiness.
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.
2 : to show to be false <Their actions belie their claim of innocence.
Supporters of the Chesapeake Public Charter School, which will open in the fall, say even the best test scores can belie schools that are not serving all children well, and that parents deserve a choice of where to educate their children.
Howley's actions belie her superficially hard-line position.
These are characters whose outer lives belie inner conflicts, and readers will care about what happens to them.
Belie traveled with Knightsbridge head honcho and former U.
A story of the intersection between culture, increased demands, and technology, Industrializing American Shipbuilding is a deftly researched and presented treatise on the realities of change, featuring black-and-white photographs and extensive notes which belie the immense amount of meticulous research and attention to detail.
If it was tries that mattered, the only one in the first 35-minute half came from England, after the French full-back, Mathieu Belie, had secured three penalties.
The conversational tone of the book is comforting, but in no way does it belie the sagacity contained within its pages.
Rather than a series of tactical responses, which end up compromising the diagram of framed views and calculated routes, the building has a feeling of serenity and completeness that belie the design effort required to achieve such an outcome.