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dishonestly

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  • r  in a corrupt and deceitful manner
    he acted dishonestly when he gave the contract to his best friend

  • More dishonestly, Stein employs the common dodge of enumerating all the admittedly unanswered questions in evolutionary theory and using this to refute the whole idea.
  • Nearly 40% of employees from 18 to 34 said they would act dishonestly to save their jobs, a quarter of them would explicitly lie, and 4% would flirt with their boss for an advantage.
  • The first is that regulations do not prevent people from acting rashly or dishonestly.
News & Articles

  • Old times in South not forgotten: vote suppression jump-started by Supreme Court
    When the U.S. Supreme Court gutted the Voting Rights Act, Chief Justice John Roberts sanctimoniously and dishonestly assured the country that the bad old days were behind us. Already, Doonesbury cartoon strips on the return of Jim Crow, such as one excerpted here, have done a masterful job of illustrating in just a few words the emptiness of that sentiment in real life, with vote purges and ...
    July 6, 2013 - Arkansas Times
Quotes

  • Malcolm Turnbull in AFP
    Obviously Wayne Swan is extremely rattled by the OzCar allegations and he is seeking to dishonestly create a distraction,Turnbull replied in a statement.
  • William Barrington-Coupe in International Herald Tribune
    It is self-evident that I have acted stupidly, dishonestly and unlawfully,William Barrington-Coupe wrote to Robert von Bahr, chief executive of Sweden's BIS Records.
  • Mike Huckabee in Politico
    I stand by my statement, and the misrepresentations of those who seek to dishonestly distort my views expose their duplicity and hypocrisy,he said.

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