American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lie, Trygve Halvden 1896-1968. Norwegian politician and first secretary-general of the United Nations (1946-1953).
“- Livni\'s Big Lie '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' In 1925, Adolf Hitler, writing in Mein Kampf, defined \'The Big Lie\ '.”
“Romney Ad Exposes Media's Chronic Inability To Use The Word 'Lie”
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“Still, for all the soul-searching, "My Lie" is as much a defense as a mea culpa.”
“Census Bull: Just another Big Lie from the big tent bozos.”
“Interrupting the President's speech by shouting out "You Lie" is not "Speaking out", it is being childish and disrespectful.”
“House, a once-great show that has devolved into a ludicrous and unconvincing soap opera, may be the season's biggest disappointment, and Lie is kind of a time-slot throwaway.”
“The Great Lie is that diversity is a strength, when it is in fact a a liability.”
“Lie is a well-acted, reasonably entertaining series, but the premise is too constricting, and Lightman's powers still seem to expand or contract depending on the story's weekly needs.”
“Just when some of us were getting a good feeling about this, you send in Lie-berman to kill it!”
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