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  • r  in a hypocritical manner
    he behaved hypocritically by praying piously when people were watching

  • Washington looked to be sabotaging its own efforts to organize a worldwide embargo against arms sales to Iran, and hypocritically flouting its incessant admonitions to friends and .
  • In an other story, a not-so-holy man seduces the wife of a rich merchant only to find in her insatiable arms a compelling argument for the chastity he has hypocritically preached.
  • This pandering to one side, while hypocritically claiming "the other guy doesn't want to talk," is transparent.
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  • Satu Hassi in EurActiv
    For years the EU has preached against illegal timber, a major driver of deforestation worldwide, but has hypocritically continued to provide one of the biggest markets for it,said Finnish Green MEP Satu Hassi, who steered the legislation...
  • Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in FOXNews
    The powerful ...... have fed classism, racism and intolerance,Lopez Obrador said Sunday, adding: "They have made - although they hypocritically try to hide it - the color of someone's skin, and contempt for the poor and those under them,...

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