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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 pretentious dissembling on this issue is remarkable.
After completely dissembling the gun (and assuming it functions fine) there are a few basic steps you must follow: First, remove all the old finish; second, prepare the surface by sanding and polishing; and third, color the metal by bluing, color-case or other means.
It includes all surprises, tricks, cunning or dissembling, and any unfair way which another is cheated.
By contrast, the AP story that ran in the Post on the same day put the President's remarks in the context that made clear that Bush was dissembling to pander to the conservative Cuban-American vote in Florida.
When such tactics failed to quell rising questions, the White House moved to refine its dissembling strategy, promising to look into what went wrong with the intelligence-gathering process but only after the Iraq Survey Group has completed its work at some unspecified time in the future, most likely after the November election.
Its new dissembling plant was purchased with the assistance of Barclays.
Women writers developed an artistry of indirection, dissembling, splitting, masking, and coding to get their anger out into the public sphere.
After returning to RAND, Ellsberg began copying the Pentagon Papers, hoping that their exposure of a decade of official dissembling on how the war in Vietnam was conducted would force the government to pull out of the conflict.
By the end of the week I was dissembling and assembling a 9mm pistol with a blindfold on in 10 seconds.
This is an ironic dissembling since the courtier's "deceptive actions always possess an implication of thei r opposite" (1978, 56).
And Al Gore has a very good record on gay rights, no matter what those dissembling gay Republicans try to say.
We had deluded each other, bringing to the table not our honesty and our trust that we would be loved no matter how honest we were, but our practised dissembling.