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She has yet to betrayed for love, and after Episode 4, there is speculation of who could betray Dany from within her own council.
But Neel's expressive handling and Vuillard's soft-focus intimacy betray a personal and even sentimental relationship to their subjects.
Humans constantly emit nonverbal communications, which sometimes accurately betray innermost thoughts more often than the spoken word.
Little does he realise that he is about to betray the beliefs that have shaped his life over the past 30 years.
Occasionally Solway betrays less-than-perfect knowledge of music and dance.
Someone who betrays his own seniors, can't talk about being betrayed," he told the media in Patna.
In Psalm 55, it says "It is not an enemy who betrays me, not an adversary who deals insolently with me but it is you, my equal, my companion, my familiar friend.
As a retired Veterans Affairs employee of the Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System-Sepulveda Ambulatory Center, I must agree with John Dancer's response to ``Bush budget betrays veterans'' (Viewpoint, April 17).
Groome's work betrays not so much a near-total ignorance of the Catholic Church which its cursory reading might suggest, but rather a thorough-going strategy for the destruction of res Catholica.
In Lichtsreiner's case, each imprint of the brush, having come to denote a patch of bark, immediately betrays how literally "manipulated" it is.
Psalm 55 says: 'It is not an enemy who betrays me, not an adversary who deals insolently with me but but it is you, my equal, my companion, my familiar friend.
A new book by immunologist Robert Lahita, ``Women and Autoimmune Diseases: The Mysterious Ways Your Body Betrays Itself'' (Regan Books; $29.