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“While chatting with Roth recently about "Lie to Me," the Fox television series in which he plays a human lie-detector of sorts, I managed to slip in a few questions about his experience battling one of Marvel's most iconic characters — and whether we'll see Emil Blonsky square off against Hulk again down the road.”
“Hook intellectuals up to lie-detector tests, and you'll find a lot of folks who actually regret the failure of the socialistic economies.”
“Hundreds of federal detectives, prosecutors, forensics experts and other staff from Mexico's Attorney General's Office were fired this year, most after failing lie-detector tests.”
“The Himalayan glaciers melt as we corner Al and Raj and give them lie-detector tests.”
“First, a request for Davis to undergo a lie-detector test was rejected.”
“Still, if anyone claims to have predicted a No. 1 seed in the Big East tournament right after that 82-79 defeat, make them take a lie-detector test.”
“For his part, Ceglia hired an expert who said he'd passed a lie-detector test when asked about the contract.”
“More photos and interactive graphics The federal government wants all local, state and federal police to undergo lie-detector tests.”
“The state of Oaxaca said last week that it had fired nearly a quarter of its entire state police force, some 500 officers, because they had failed the lie-detector tests.”
“Mexican Attorney General Marisela Morales said late Tuesday that the agency was in the process of firing 424 officials, the majority for failing to pass lie-detector tests aimed at rooting out corruption.”
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