definitely not telling
the truth that the suspects they killed really fought back?'
In all cases, the team found that lying took longer than telling
Lynn, Americans United executive director, was also taken aback by the ruling, telling
the Home News Tribune that the judge had misconstrued constitutional law.
"I'm concerned by what I'm seeing ..." By telling
the person what you observe or feel, you come across as less judgmental.
But, as I learned, we need not necessarily fear telling
For his part, Chabon merely argues that telling
a story--even a farfetched one--is a legitimate way of talking with his readers about his work as a creative writer.
LAB LIES By studying large groups of participants, researchers have identified certain general behaviors that liars are more likely to exhibit than are people telling
Children will invent story structure by telling
and writing stories.
He was speaking Spanish to Wanda, telling
her it was very necessary for him to bring the clippers back to him when he went to visit David.
a story is easier when you have thought about it for awhile before telling
it to an audience.
Am I better off telling
the entire story and my version of how this thing started?' Let's handle these questions one at a time, keeping each concern in its proper perspective and not letting it run wild.
Somehow, a nurse didn't know that congenital means "from or at birth"; her doctor was telling
her that her daughter did not "catch" her cataracts as a result of her mother's Gulf duty.