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lie

1. the hiding place or lair of an animal
2. Golf
a. the position of the ball after a shot
b. the angle made by the shaft of the club before the upswing

Lie

Trygve Halvdan . 1896--1968, Norwegian statesman; first secretary-general of the United Nations (1946--52)

LiE

A symbolic mathematics package aimed at Lie groups.

["LiE, a Package for Lie Group Computations", M.A.A. van Leeuwen et al, in Computer Algebra Nederland, 1992 (ISBN 90-741160-02-7)].
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The great prevaricator is appropriate with reservations.
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Barofsky favored the auto bailout, which most Republicans opposed, but he nevertheless became a nightmare for prevaricators about it when he revealed a deception concerning it.
Having worked in this business during the reign of Ernie Walker at the SFA, followed by Jim Farry, I know both of them would have shown today's prevaricators and procrastinators what crisis management was all about.
The sycophants and prevaricators know that the allegations that the party or I are receiving money from Vatopedi are vacuous," he proclaimed, adding, "consequently I have nothing to be worried about".
Rather than presenting the human rights issues as a legitimate concern, the author portrays Aristide's supporters as procrastinators, prevaricators, obstructionists, and irrational actors.
Scientific training forces you to look at other possibilities, and thus honest scientists will often sound like champion diplomatic prevaricators, qualifying their third subtended clause with a fourth.
Sirota called Emanuel the embodiment of the Democratic tendency to be "connivers, prevaricators .