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"What do you mean?" answered Jones; "I hope you don't imagine that I should be dishonest enough, even if it belonged to any other person, besides Miss Western "
That would be dishonest, that would be false, that would be deceiving myself and others.
"TV is not for the faint of heart" Actress Julia Roberts "Me, I'm dishonest, and you can always trust a dishonest man to be dishonest. Honestly, it's the honest ones you have to watch out for" Actor Johnny Depp "Do the anxiety dreams ever stop?
The panel found Shaw to be dishonest because she was ordering medication for the ward or for patients when it wasn't intended for those purposes and she knew she wasn't authorised to take the tablets.
Who says you have to be dishonest, who says you have to steal?
Part III attempts to distil some common threads as to what type of conduct may be found to be dishonest. In Part IV dishonesty is considered from the point of view of lawyers--how should lawyers approach advising their clients in relation to what may be unethical conduct?
"They can never be true and genuine partners and they have proved to be dishonest," he said.
I can't be dishonest and say I am happy when he is out."
"I would be dishonest if I told you that wasn't an ego blow." However, he adds, "that was not the reason why our marriage fell apart."
Just because the witness is nervous, however, does not mean he or she will be dishonest.
I don't want to deny who I am; it would be dishonest. I need to have a handle on my own culture in order to be multicultural.