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“Truthful" people tell the truth in a very direct, blunt and unemotional way.”
“Truthful" is also subjective, insofar as Clinton volunteers are pretended to be offended PA voters ...”
“Truthful," for example, is said to be an Americanism, and at one time gave offence on that account.”
“There, a more "Truthful" version. yup … nobody in Congress wants what REALLY happened to be revealed …”
““Truthful advertising promotes healthy competition between lawyers and allows the public to learn about their rights and available legal services.””
“DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - FOUND: Truthful Republican statements about unemployed people failing drug tests.”
“Like Truthful the copper, you won't know quite what to believe.”
“Truthful statement, but not in the way Michaels means it: "I continue to be amazed at how little the facts are checked on global warming, even when writing for the so-called newspapers of record.”
“Truthful performances, taut direction, and judicious pacing ensure a rousing and illuminating glimpse into the backstory or this or, for that matter, any band on the moment-before of no-turning-back.”
“Through his poem "Plain Language from Truthful James," Harte created a wily Chinaman who outwits his Anglo gambling opponents.”
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