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Don't call her untrustworthy until you're sure she has disobeyed you.
He thought he had the demonstration of facts observed through years by his own eyes, which gave no warning of their imperfection, that Maggie's nature was utterly untrustworthy, and too strongly marked with evil tendencies to be safely treated with leniency.
They engaged untrustworthy people to change the notes-- what a thing to trust to a casual stranger
Assorted Jedi (Samuel Jackson's Mace Windu, the Frank Oz-voiced digital Yoda, McGregor's Alec Guinness-channeling Obi-Wan) talk about what measures to take against the increasingly untrustworthy Anakin and monomaniacal Palpatine.
Little did she realize, however, the hardships that lay ahead on that 138-day voyage: an untrustworthy first mate, treacherous weather to challenge the best sailor, an illiterate second mate with no knowledge of navigation, a husband physically and mentally incapacitated by a serious and unknown disease, a cargo to be delivered as quickly as possible, and her recently discovered pregnancy.
The public were now told Kidd was untrustworthy and a whinger whose advice was often worthless.
Michael Walzer, the political philospher, for example, is attacked for sharing with unnamed "splinter groups, special interest organizations, and newly minted 'minorities"' a belief that 'America" is "guilty and untrustworthy.
With the aid of a beautiful, mysterious, and potentially untrustworthy ally, players embody the Prince to recapture the Sands of Time and restore peace to the land.
However, these firms run the risk of being viewed as untrustworthy, according to a report.
A BUSINESSMAN branded a financially untrustworthy gay in a false Facebook profile has won EUR28,000 for libel.
A third thought it betrayed a lack of confidence and one in five thought those who used it were untrustworthy or trying to cover something up.
They're led by the untrustworthy but good-hearted Fender, manically voiced (does he know any other way?