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lier

(ˈlaɪə)
n
a person who lies down
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In 2018, it opened both an inkjet and a toner technology competence center in Lier to strengthen its R&D efforts and stay ahead at a technological level.
Mr Van Lier is the latest senior appointment to Touch Biometrix, following the recruitment earlier this year of Eric Derckx as chief technology officer.
Noah had his all-NBA first-team appearance in 2014; Van Lier was second team in 1974.
Sardar Latif Khosa reiterated that CM is bigger lier than his elder brother Nawaz Sharif who lied in parliament.
Editors Macharis, Melo, Woxenius, and Van Lier present students, academics, and researchers with a collection of academic essays and articles selected from research materials presented at the twelfth NECTAR International Meeting in the Azores, the twenty-fifth The Nordic Logistics Research Network in Gothenburg, Sweden, and the thirteenth World Conference on Transport Research in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, all held in 2013.
President Barack Obama's campaign building in Des Moines, Iowa, was vandalized with the words "Muslim Lier" (presumably meant to be "Liar") spray-painted on a large banner.
Van Lier, however, did try to formulate such a theory.
Studiocanal's co-financing deal had a low-to-medium seven-figure minimum guarantee, says the company's head of international sales, Harold Van Lier.
Mauri (2010), in her response to our paper (Hengeveld and van Lier 2010), states that adding the connectivity constraint to the sets of constraints we propose in our implicational map of parts of speech would increase the accuracy of our model.
Police said the incident, close to the museum, lier verbal altercation in the park on the men.
The year was 1989, and Norm Van Lier was in a fiery mood.