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If a player admits to a charge of successfully deceiving an official, or is found to have done so, any yellow or red card given to an opposing player, as a result of the deceit, can be rescinded.
Deceiving snake: The birth of 19 boa constrictors surprised Assistant Curator Richard Brown (left) and keeper Neil Flockhart.
Conducting the hearing, a three-member Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry, Justice Ghulam Rabbani and Justice Khalilur Rehman Ramday asked officials of the Federal Investigation Agency to stop deceiving the court on the matter.
Funny then that he's just been banned from being a company director for 10 years for, er, deceiving businesses.
But as Susan Boyle proved - looks can be deceiving - this boy can sing.
Global Banking News-12 March 2009-Cuomo accuses Merrill Lynch of deceiving Congress(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Those who chose life--the majority--formed a secret unit that embarked on a range of deceptive campaigns during the war, from creating fake tanks to hide British weakness to deceiving Hitler about the D-Day landings.
Mechanics, looks can lye deceiving when inspecting the hydraulic deck of the Black Hawk in cold weather.
Vested interest, particularly the "clean" nuclear power lobby, is deceiving the general public.
Woodley's freak equaliser came on 82 minutes as Chris Young tackled and the ball shot goalwards deceiving Peter Crookes.
All of the presidents in question, Alterman writes, "believed themselves to be acting on the basis of patriotic necessity when deceiving the nation?
She is mostly fascinated by how much jealousy and deception are in the stories--from Cain murdering his brother, to Jacob and Rebecca deceiving Isaac to steal Esau's birthright, to the "greatest deception" of all, Judas betraying Jesus.