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2. It is sometimes difficult to disentangle truth from falsehood.
3. Saunders is deliberately telling a falsehood.
4. It's important to winnow truth from falsehood in scientific research.
5. His story was replete with falsehood.
6. No one had accused me of falsehood before.
7. He spoke a falsehood.
8. Their falsehood puts it in danger of collapse.
9. He would not find fault with the falsehood.
10. Falsehood is easy, truth so difficult. George Eliot
11. Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth(sentencedict.com), we cannot know it. Blaise Pascal
12. The action of malicious or injurious falsehood has both similarities to, and important differences from, an action for libel.
13. The action for malicious falsehood is much less favourable to plaintiffs than defamation.
14. Proving perhaps that falsehood could bring its own loy however temporarily into the world.
15. As we have discovered, to speak falsehood means to suppress feelings as well as truth.
16. Why Campbell had chosen to spread such a falsehood is a mystery.
17. In malicious falsehood the aggrieved, in this case Miss Joyce, must show the Today's comments are false.
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18. The Prime Minister has made a statement closely approximate to a falsehood.
19. She called the verdict a victory of truth over falsehood.
20. Most people believe in right and wrong, truth and falsehood.
21. She doesn't seem to understand the difference between truth and falsehood.
22. We are concerned with three main questions in this work: Do moral judgements possess objective truth or falsehood?
23. First, variants on the Gettier theme can be written in which, though there is falsehood, there is no inference.
24. But suppose I insisted that he was uttering a falsehood.
25. This differs radically from the popular image of penetrating falsehood by perception of the liar.
26. Firstly, legal aid is not available for libel, but it may be granted for malicious falsehood.
27. They have a duty to set the record straight, otherwise they are conniving at falsehood.
28. Others again have taken as the play's essence the need to reconcile not truth and falsehood but competing truths.
29. Christians and humanists are not alone in agreeing that doubt can be an antidote to inauthentic faith or to error and falsehood.
30. Grappelli had to be content with an action for malicious falsehood.
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