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  • 21untrustworthy — [ʌnˈtrʌstˌwɜːði] adj not capable of being trusted or depended on …

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  • 22untrustworthy — un•trust′wor thy adj …

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  • 23untrustworthy — adj. not trustworthy. Derivatives: untrustworthiness n …

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  • 24crooked —  Untrustworthy …

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  • 25bad egg —  Untrustworthy person …

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  • 26bad lot —  Untrustworthy person …

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  • 27untrustworthiness — untrustworthy ► ADJECTIVE ▪ unable to be trusted. DERIVATIVES untrustworthiness noun …

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  • 28unreliable — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. untrustworthy, irresponsible, unstable, treacherous, inconstant; unsure, uncertain, fallible. See improbity, changeableness, doubt. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Not reliable; said of persons ] Syn.… …

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  • 29untrusty — adjective not worthy of trust or belief an untrustworthy person • Syn: ↑untrustworthy • Ant: ↑trustworthy (for: ↑untrustworthy) • Similar to: ↑ …

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  • 30Untrusted — The term, untrusted is used exclusively in the field of computer science and information security to denote code from an unknown source that may be potentially harmful to a system. It is distinguished from untrustworthy or distrusted in that the… …

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  • 31Circular reasoning — is a formal logical fallacy in which the proposition to be proved is assumed implicitly or explicitly in one of the premises. For example: Only an untrustworthy person would run for office. The fact that politicians are untrustworthy is proof of… …

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  • 32questionable — I (dubious) adjective ambiguous, arguable, at issue, contestable, controversial, controvertible, debatable, disputable, doubtable, doubtful, dubious, dubitable, enigmatical, equivocal, experimental, fallible, hard to believe, hardly possible,… …

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  • 33dishonest — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. false, untrustworthy, deceitful, cheating, fraudulent, crooked. See falsehood, improbity. II (Roget s IV) modif. 1. [Not honest] Syn. deceiving, lying, untruthful, double dealing, deceitful,… …

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  • 34Traffic enforcement camera — Gatso speed camera A traffic enforcement camera (also red light camera, road safety camera, road rule camera, photo radar, photo enforcement, speed camera, Gatso) is an automated ticketing machine. It may include a camera which may be mounted… …

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  • 35Islam and antisemitism — Part of a series on Criticism of Islam Issues Antisemitism  …

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  • 36Hearsay in United States law — Hearsay is the legal term that describes statements made outside of court or other judicial proceedings. Unless one of about thirty [cite web |title= Hearsay Evidence |url=http://criminal.findlaw.com/crimes/more criminal topics/evidence… …

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  • 37Fideism — is the view that religious belief relies primarily on faith or special revelation, rather than rational inference or observation (see natural theology). The word fideism comes from fides , the Latin word for faith, and literally means faith ism.… …

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  • 38Pursuit of Nazi collaborators — The pursuit of Nazi collaborators refers to the post WWII pursuit and apprehension of individuals who were not citizens of the Third Reich at the outbreak of World War II and collaborated with the Nazi regime during the war. Hence, this article… …

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  • 39Treaty of Devol — The Treaty of Devol was an agreement made in 1108 between Bohemond I of Antioch and Byzantine Emperor Alexios I Komnenos, in the wake of the First Crusade. Although the treaty was not immediately enforced, it was intended to make the Principality …

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  • 40Active Citizens Transform — was founded in 2004 by Charles Secrett, former Executive Director of the environmental organization Friends of the Earth and Ron Bailey as a new non party political movement in the United Kingdom. It aims to mobilise citizens to transform the… …

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