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ASCI also upheld claims against Apollo Paint's two ads stating that their claim, 'No more asthma, no allergies', was not substantiated and is misleading by exaggeration.
All Works on the caricatures can be roughly classified as manual exaggeration [2][3] and automatic exaggeration [4][5][6][7].
He downplays the nuclear disaster in Japan, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, and evidence of climate change, and points to deception and exaggeration by officials, consultants, contractors, and activists.
So, I am very disheartened that a journalist of repute is losing his professionalism by this excessive exaggeration harming the image of this country.
I don't think it's an exaggeration at all" to talk about a default, he said.
but be forewarned that exaggeration of the merits of technology continues unabated: Green algae was recently promoted as 100 times more powerful than the best energy crop.
Such sectarian groups, he said, use fear and exaggeration of facts to serve their own political calculations, "which are tied to regional or international alliances and do not serve, in any way, Lebanon's interests.
Though nothing would seem further from exaggeration than factuality, the chapter entitled 'Being Guilty: Factuality and Exaggeration' is one of the more compelling of the volume.
Andersons have been tremendous backers and it's no exaggeration to say they've kept the club afloat over those years, when to stand alone would have been disastrous financially.
One aspect of this is a misunderstanding which in large part is a result of media exaggeration,'' Qin said.
The screen'd turn red for a porky, orange for any exaggeration and green for the gospel truth.
It is by no means an exaggeration to state that we are literally talking about a matter of life and death.