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  • 41Lie — For other uses, see Lie (disambiguation) A lie (also called prevarication, falsehood) is a type of deception in the form of an untruthful statement, especially with the intention to deceive others. To lie is to state something with disregard to… …

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  • 42Richard Rose (mystic) — Richard Rose (March 14, 1917 July 6, 2005) was an American mystic, esoteric philosopher, author, poet, and investigator of paranormal phenomena. He published a number of books and spoke widely in universities and other venues across the country… …

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  • 43falsehood — /fawls hood/, n. 1. a false statement; lie. 2. something false; an untrue idea, belief, etc.: The Nazis propagated the falsehood of racial superiority. 3. the act of lying or making false statements. 4. lack of conformity to truth or fact. 5. Obs …

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  • 44error — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Deviation from truth Nouns 1. error, fallacy; falsity (see falsehood), untruth; misconception, misapprehension, misunderstanding; inexactness, inaccuracy; anachronism; misconstruction, misinterpretation …

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  • 45big lie — noun Usage: sometimes capitalized B&L Etymology: translation of German grosse lüge : untruth on a large scale consciously used as a propaganda technique on the assumption that it is more likely to compel belief than untruth on a modest scale * *… …

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  • 46lie — I. intransitive verb (lay; lain; lying) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English licgan; akin to Old High German ligen to lie, Latin lectus bed, Greek lechos Date: before 12th century 1. a. to be or to stay at rest in a horizontal position ;… …

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  • 47Other — For other uses, see Other (disambiguation). The Other or Constitutive Other (also the verb othering) is a key concept in continental philosophy; it opposes the Same. The Other refers, or attempts to refer, to that which is Other than the initial… …

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  • 48Brajendra Nath Seal — Sir Dr. Brajendra Nath Seal ( bn. ব্রজেন্দ্র নাথ শীল) , (1864 1938) Ph.D, D.Sc , was a renowned Bengali Indian humanist philosopher. He was one of the greatest original thinkers of the Brahmo Samaj and did work in comparative religion and on the… …

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  • 50Satyanarayan Puja — The Satyanarayan Puja is a Hindu (Devanāgarī: हिन्दु) religious observance.Pooja (Prayer) Vidhi (performing method)The Satyanarayan Puja is performed in reverence to the Narayan form of Lord Vishnu. The Lord in this form is considered an… …

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  • 51Doctrine of mental reservation — Contents 1 Secular use 2 Mentalis restrictio in moral theology 3 Legacy …

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  • 52Polite lie — A polite lie is a lie that a politeness standard requires, and which is usually known to be untrue by both parties. It is heavily dependent on culture if such lies are acceptable. A common polite lie in international etiquette is to decline… …

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  • 53RADIUS-Server — RADIUS (Akronym für Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, sinngemäß: Authentifizierungsdienst für sich einwählende Benutzer) ist ein Client Server Protokoll, das zur Authentifizierung, Autorisierung und zum Accounting (Triple A System) von… …

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  • 54Radius-Server — RADIUS (Akronym für Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, sinngemäß: Authentifizierungsdienst für sich einwählende Benutzer) ist ein Client Server Protokoll, das zur Authentifizierung, Autorisierung und zum Accounting (Triple A System) von… …

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  • 55Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service — RADIUS (Akronym für Remote Authentication Dial In User Service, sinngemäß: Authentifizierungsdienst für sich einwählende Benutzer) ist ein Client Server Protokoll, das zur Authentifizierung, Autorisierung und zum Accounting (Triple A System) von… …

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  • 56lie — lie1 /luy/, n., v., lied, lying. n. 1. a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood. 2. something intended or serving to convey a false impression; imposture: His flashy car was a lie that deceived …

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  • 57Reductions of Paraguay — • Jesuit campaign to convert the natives of Paraguay Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Reductions of Paraguay     Reductions of Paraguay      …

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  • 58Book of Tobias —     Tobias     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Tobias     We shall first enumerate the various Biblical persons and then treat the book of this name.     I. PERSONS     A. Tobias (II Par., xvii, 8). Heb. tobyyahu Yahweh is good ; Sept. Tobias, one …

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  • 59retraction — re·trac·tion /ri trak shən/ n: an act of taking back or withdrawing retraction of a confession her retraction of the defamatory statement Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 60slander — slan·der 1 / slan dər/ vt: to utter slander against slan·der·er n slander 2 n [Anglo French esclandre, from Old French escandle esclandre scandal, from Late Latin scandalum moral stumbling block, disgrace, from Greek skandalon, literally, snare,… …

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