See also Didaskalia: Blatter fib' Geist, Gemiith, u.
lnitialf does not change into h: fib, feito.
Your loved one realized how easy it was to tell a fib to get something, and then started telling more lies.
People that fib a lot can have a hard time keeping their stories straight and change them without even realizing it.
One of the biggest issues in identifying people that compulsively lie is that they can fib so well and look you in the eyes.
Educated at the universities of Heidelberg and Gottingen, he showed an interest in art and visited Italy; but returning to Frankfort he turned his attention to the study of history, and became secretary of the Gesellschaft fib' dltere deutsche Geschichtskunde.
Her time there ended in controversy when a fib Weston told about her age to get through the door as an actor caught up with her.
I guess that's a fib.
No, sorry; that's a big fat furry fib.
(In the Victoria and Albert Museum.) FIB.
Even though these are common feelings after telling a fib, compulsive liars do not feel the same way about their actions.
If you fib, it can come back to haunt you.
fib about such things.
This 12 inch (30cm) globe is supplied filled with new fib... .
Or we could just fib and say we're in a meeting, like we do now.
So in a case like this it may be better to not fib to Windows95/98 but instead to get Linux to configure bus-resources.
This function fib might lead to strange results if called with other arguments.
Use within or at the end of a word, e.g., wom?n finds woman as well as women, and carbon fib?
There is no such thing as an innocent financial fib.
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