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The king's tough talk may belie these tough realities for now - but for how much longer?

The name Dirty Water, slang for whiskey, should belie the fact that drinks are much the focus here.

ISBN 0520052234, p.2. ) belie this defect of subject matter.

She manages good grades with minimal effort, and was born with good-looks that belie her age.

The preciocity in Jacques Callot 's minute engravings seem to belie a much larger scale of

action.

His preppie looks belie the fact that he is a formidable fighter, capable of extreme violence.27.4519

Though his prints belie a strong fascination with the theatre world, his paintings suggest the complete opposi

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Middelberg's colorful letters belie a distaste for the living conditions and cuisine of the frontier, and a deep suspicion of Mr. Carter.

But the physical attributes belie suffering.

Their smiles belie the sadn

ess of their story, one that is all too familiar across this war-torn country.

The woman's high cheekbones belie her 62 years.

The relaxed, strolling quality of Mendocino-there are wooden sidewalks here-would seem to beli

e the vigor of the Festival.

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