I was just to give a plain, true statement
of my acquirements and qualifications, and name what stipulations I chose to make, and then await the result.
The scrapes of the bad boys make up the rest of the story, and it is for those you read these books, I think," answered his mother, stroking back the hair off the honest little face that looked rather abashed at this true statement
of the case.
It is useless to tell her she is man's victim, that she is his plaything, that she is cheated, down-trodden, kept under, laughed at, shabbily treated in every way--that is not a true statement
of the case.
Bulstrode shrank from the direct falsehood of denying true statements
I will use "existential statement" to mean any possibly true statement
of the form "something that is x exists" (that is, "something that is x is existentially present, rather than absent, or is actualized")--for instance, "something that is alive exists.
And, if you think about it, it's not even a true statement
Though for some this might be a true statement
, in my experience as a financial advisor, for the majority it is not.
The midweek EFL Cup victory over Northampton saw the Red Devils avoid an embarrassing fourth successive loss, but it was the swagger and panache shown during the Rooney the bench game thrashing of Leicester that was their true statement
That's not a true statement
, let's straighten our record, we're not going to let lies continue,' said Hamre in his message before introducing Yasay.
The depth and breadth of experience within our Clinical Advisory Board is a true statement
to the potential of Narvitas," Arthur Malvett, chief operating officer of Narvitas, noted.
He said Dr Uzma was like his sister and he expected true statement
about the incident and advised her to confirm facts first.
The right panel displays the true statement
group, in which the US followed true statements