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  • r  in a mendacious and untruthful manner

  • Accusing Bork of mendaciously softening his ( views to ensure Senate approval, Leahy called the judge's changes of opinion a case of "confirmation conversion.
  • They had seen the future all right, but it didn't work, except as the past had workedbrutally, mendaciously and callously.
  • Nominee Smith, as everyone knows, has repeatedly expressed his unmitigated contempt for Publisher Hearst ever since the latter's newspapers mendaciously blamed Smith for a bad milk .

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