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dooh pli si tuhs

  • s  marked by deliberate deceptiveness especially by pretending one set of feelings and acting under the influence of another

  • His style was claustrophobiclots of people jammed into tight spacesand he had a sour view of people's infinite capacity for duplicitous behavior.
  • If the latter, says the official, "What did it say about his ability to be duplicitous?" An inquiry into Hanssen's sexually deviant appetites would surely have caused the .
  • Their Mao is bad to the core, a relentlessly selfish and duplicitous schemer as a young man who harbored "a love for bloodthirsty thuggery.
News & Articles

  • The Ratings Agency 'Morons' That Brought Us the Financial Crisis
    The most recent Matt Taibbi story about financial chicanery and corruption concerns the ratings agencies, who happily doled out AAA ratings to packages of shit right up until the whole economy collapsed in 2008. Just how duplicitous were these allegedly impartial pillars of finance? Read more...        
    June 21, 2013 - Gawker
  • Time for Motley, chief to come clean
    Wayne Motley had served barely a month as Waukegan’s new mayor before encountering the first momentous test of his leadership. The job requires broad dedication to civic integrity. What we see thus far makes us wonder if Motley appreciates that standard. The deflecting and duplicitous non-explanations about the military record of new Police Chief Robert Kerkorian offer little honor to the chief ...
    June 21, 2013 - Lake County News-Sun
  • Heather Locklear leads a sexy takeover on TNT’s ‘Franklin & Bash’
    It’s time to cut the bromance, “Franklin & Bash”: Here comes Heather Locklear. The 51-year-old actress, best known for playing sexy, ruthless women, joins the TNT courtroom dramedy for its third season starting Wednesday at 9 p.m. Locklear told reporters earlier this month that her role as by-the-book attorney Rachel King won’t be a rehashing of her Golden Globe-nominated turn as duplicitous ...
    June 16, 2013 - Boston Herald

  • Manouchehr Mottaki in Reuters
    The time for negotiating from the condescending position of inequality has come to an end,Mottaki wrote, citing "our lack of trust (due to) the duplicitous behaviour of certain big powers" rooted in a post-World War Two colonial mindset.
  • Andrew Cuomo in Reuters UK
    Merck's irresponsible and duplicitous conduct endangered the health of New Yorkers and wasted our tax dollars,Cuomo said in a statement. "As alleged in the complaint, even as evidence was piling up showing just how dangerous this drug was,...
  • Drew Carey in USA Today
    Here comes this evil NBA owner who takes the SuperSonics, screws the city with this duplicitous deal he put together and takes them to Oklahoma,Carey said. "The whole city hates this guy. One of their major sports is gone now. And we come...

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