In this false statement there was mingled a grain of truth
Experience and in-telligence combined to assure me that there could be no slightest grain of truth
or possibility in your wild tale--it was fiction pure and simple.
There was perhaps a grain of truth
mixed up with this last report.
He could not conceive of the possibility of apparently having passed through such a weird adventure in which there was no grain of truth
It was a straight-forward fact that allegations were made as opposed to information leaked by the Government which often turns out to be without a grain of truth
Whilst this was an amusing aside it contains more than a grain of truth
There is, no doubt, a grain of truth
in many of the stories she has taken to highlighting for the benefit of my health.
Fortunately, it didn't quite come to that but there was more than a grain of truth
in the assessment.
According to various media outlets I've negotiated with several clubs and already signed a pre-contract with Barcelona, but there isn't a grain of truth
in any of it," said the World Cup winner.
The opposition in Malaysia are trying to make a fuss about the lack of human rights and racism and religious intolerance in the country, he noted, but that characterization, he stressed, lacked a grain of truth
, which is that Malaysia has followed the course of democracy for five decades with noticeable success.
Refusing to budge from his position of not apologising for the Gujarat riots, Modi said he should be hanged in public if there is a grain of truth
in the allegations of his involvement.
The lawmaker said a grain of truth
is present in demands of the given movement.
Might there be a grain of truth
in the claims of some people arrested in the past, who have used the expression of being 'verballed' and 'fitted- up' by police?
A Final Grain Of Truth
Jack Webster Black & White Publishing
Zygmunt Miloszewski is an award-winning Polish crime novelist, whose most recent book is A Grain of Truth