unveracity


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Thus, silly reportorial unveracity usually proves extraordinary truth a liar.
In another metaphor, we might declare that Helen is the bathwater thrown out, while the argument about the poets' unveracity and the hypothetical argumentation about women's insignificance are Herodotos' preserved baby.
The natives are mostly unable to sign; their features are not readily distinguishable by Europeans; an in many cases they are characterised by a strange amount of litigiousness, wiliness, and unveracity.