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Man's guilt in history and in the tides of his own blood has been complicated by technology, the daily seeping falsehearted death" (22).
14) Likewise, Hawthorne's Lincoln is not a "provincial Machiavellian" figure (Smith 154); he is unsophisticated and shrewd, but not falsehearted.
These allegations are absolutely falsehearted," said the office of the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) spokesperson, adding that Sudan was a country committed to international agreements and UN conventions and would not involve itself in such mazes.