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Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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So all those assertions were nothing more than barefaced lies which you continued in this court.
He had the barefaced cheek to demand three times what Spurs paid for the Austrian.
HOW can the UK on one hand vote to leave the EU with the promise that we would take back full control of our borders being a major issue and then have the barefaced cheek to demand that we keep an open border with the Republic of Ireland?
While many of her fans believed her when she said she's barefaced in the pic, some doubted the validity of her statement.
He is a barefaced liar that will do anything to hide his blood-stained hands,' said League of Filipino Students spokesperson JP Rosos in a statement.
In a statement, the movement said that "while world leaders gathered in Occupied Jerusalem for the funeral of former Israeli statesman Shimon Peres, who died on Wednesday and was buried on Friday, the Israeli government is establishing a new settlement in the heart of the West Bank, in a barefaced challenge to the international community.
RECENT media reports have again exposed politicians for what they are and have been for many many years, untruthful, barefaced and unreliable.
We urge Russia and Russia-supported militants to halt barefaced attempts to intimidate OSCE monitors, ensuring instead for the OSCE SMM secure and unhampered access to the whole temporarily occupied territory of the certain areas of Donetsk and Luhansk regions, including the section of the Ukrainian-Russian border not controlled by Ukraine.
It should be remembered the only reason the HSE director general was spurting out apologies yesterday is because the body he heads was caught telling barefaced lies to the Dail Public Accounts Committee about an apology that was never made.
Over the recent days, the Israeli regime has also stepped up vandalism against Muslims' al-Aqsa and Occupied Jerusalem in what observers branded a barefaced attempt to divide the Mosque-the third holiest site in Islam-both spatially and temporally between Muslims and Jews.
According to the Palestinian Information Center, Analysts said that the Israeli decision to change the street names is a barefaced infringement and violation of international law, which prohibits changing street names in occupied territories.
In essence, it's a story of barefaced capitalism, which looks at the entrepreneurial spirit of the old-school cartels with a small hint of admiration.