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com/2013/09/30/us/manson-family-murders-fast-facts/) a record of theft  and other crimes and a history of deceitfulness.
45 Musselburgh According to Greek mythology, Sisyphus was the first king of Ephyra - now known as Corinth - who was punished for chronic deceitfulness by being compelled to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to see it roll back down, repeating this action forever.
Also, the fact that the respondents promised complaints and the investing public a 10 percent a day return of investment or a 300 percent monthly profit undoubtedly proves the deceitfulness of their actions and their clear intent to defraud, the complainants stressed.
He provides new insights into the formation of Jacobs's early deceitfulness, shrewdness, fears, and his emerging sensitivity for fulfilling God's purpose for his life.
Haqqani will be remembered for his oblique services to adversaries of Pakistan and people in his native country will regard him for deception, cheating, insulting and deceitfulness towards his motherland.
In all their "absurdity and deceitfulness," Zouabi observed, the hypocritical words and divisive actions of some Western governments are made in pursuit of their own basic goals.
47) This disregard for the rights of others is indicated by the failure to conform to social norms, deceitfulness, impulsivity, irritability, aggressiveness, reckless disregard for safety of others and of self, consistent irresponsibility, and lack of remorse.
It's time we moved over from the confines of a 'cultivated' discernment that we, as a country, owe all the woes that befall us to the guile and the deceitfulness of the counter intelligence system of our neighbour which has been wreaking havoc on us.
Alchemy leads to perfection of mankind by combination of the soul and body and in it a metal is converted to silver and gold and this conduct is accompanied by fraud and deceitfulness [3].
Meanwhile, pity poor Sisyphus: punished by the Greek gods for chronic deceitfulness, his eternal task was to roll an immense boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down, repeating the action forever.
Ultimately, it is government deceitfulness and participation in criminal activity, which is only justifiable when it is used to resolve the most serious crimes.
Common ideas about women's deceitfulness and seductive powers, combined with their lack of citizenship, made it easy to dismiss women's claims or to redefine men as victims rather than assailants.