dupery


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The issue of dupery transcends national boundaries.
Dupery for dupery, what proof is there that dupery through hope is so much worse than dupery through fear?
When Madame Potonie-Pierre spoke at a women's rights congress in Paris in 1889, she suggested that women lawyers would simply be more honest than men, replacing "our sly and crafty speechifiers, our experts in chicanery and dupery.
Did Putin not reiterate his wish to turn the Russians' bitterness around, after they discovered the dupery of the West and its promises following the collapse of the Soviet Union?
But Blanchot persists in pursuing this dupery as a literal
Between the president's dignity and the status and the freedom of the Egyptians who do not want another dictator, the Muslim Brotherhood is quickly thwarting its experience in power and its management of the affairs of more than 80 million Egyptians, most of whom have reached the conclusion that the dupery of the MB-affiliated Constituent Assembly will not go by easily.