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Mitt Romney during the es and a few The falseness of his dyed head, smile, wife's smile, tax returns, soundbites (all he could say was "we're taking back America,") and supporters whose insincerity was more puke-inducing than an industrial-sized doner kebab pot noodle.
Its man-made falseness is not something I would usually sign up for; it is stark rather than beautiful.
He affirmed that the records of the Sharia justice on properties in Al Quds and all Palestinian cities are strong evidences for the Palestinian rights and reveal the falseness of the occupation authorities.
Along with the falseness of that other well-worn claim that resorting to foul language is a sure sign of a limited vocabulary and lack of education.
The very thought of all the ho ho ho falseness and the gross commercialisation just makes my heart sink.
Sherrod had shared with the March gathering a moment in which she had gained wisdom about the inherent falseness of racist thinking.
The former president of Latvia, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, said she was shocked by the MPs' impudence and falseness.
Rubenstein argues that the monotheistic traditions, concerned as they are with doctrine and truth, find the literary imagination suspicious, and criticize literary invention for its falseness.
Syrian sources the Saudi-owned paper described as top ranking said Damascus "backs an inter-Palestinian reconciliation agreement", stressing "the falseness of reports that Syria has asked Abbas to ink the deal in Damascus.
So now, in addition to proving the falseness of Cosby's claim, Stern must prove that being labeled as gay actually harmed his rep.
What you see is what you get - no pretenses, no falseness and her voice is just a God-given natural talent.