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But truthfully, I'm a sucker for friends, fashion and framing," she said.
And with that explanation found all the other great outstanding scientific mysteries about our existence are now also able to be truthfully explained--of the meaning of our existence, of the origin of our unconditionally selfless moral instincts, and of why we humans became conscious when other animals haven't.
We trust someone out there, maybe even Good Chemistry, will by then have figured out how to fill out a form correctly and truthfully.
I think it was about just humility and truthfully believing in these circumstances, that weren't true to my personal experience, but were true to this woman's.
My understanding is that all questions must be answered truthfully or a very good reason must be given why a question cannot be answered.
I feel it's so important as a parent to always answer questions truthfully (I know a little white lie is in there but we all do that, don't we?
Chidambaram said that during the conversation, Holder drew his attention to a portion under the chapter "cooperation," in which Headley agreed to truthfully participate in any foreign judicial proceedings held in US soil.
Deferred Prosecution Agreements - Formal written agreements in which the Commission agrees to forego an enforcement action against a cooperator if the individual or company agrees, among other things, to cooperate fully and truthfully and to comply with express prohibitions and undertakings during a period of deferred prosecution.
That is disappointing, because really and truthfully, we should have got something from the game.
A truthfully and deftly written look at what some promote as a miracle food, "The Hidden Dangers of Soy" is highly recommended for community library health collections and for anyone who is suspicious of the soy bean.
Truthfully - the police force should have constables walking out and about, mingling with folk, getting to know and be known in the communities they serve.