Contractual covenants and secret reimbursement pacts (see Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners Health and BCBS) put the lie to
those two notions.
Several incidents put the lie to
the tired claim, brandished by hordes of pro-Israeli spin-doctors in America, that the Palestinian issue is a sideshow that can only be addressed when the broader Middle East has been 'fixed'&
The financial crisis has put the lie to
In an instant, he put the lie to
years of discussions about federal-provincial fiscal relations.
The Walter Reed revelations once again put the lie to
the president's claim that everything is being done to support America's troops.
I've met the brilliant doctor, Mary Hughes, and have heard the story of her family, and I know that the genetics research funded by the Society is helping put the lie to
that commonplace as well.
With this innovation and productivity growth, the United States has put the lie to
those ongoing forecasts of unemployment and poverty.
This wonderful dinner was also presented as a wine dinner, with a representative from a local wine distributor on hand to present a broad sampling of Robert Mondavi wines that the attendees were told: "Would put the lie to
the misconception that you can't pair wine with hot, spicy Asian cuisine.
If the Administration chooses this course, it will put the lie to
its rhetoric about bringing democracy to the region.
He and others put the lie to
the standard Zionist cry that any criticism of Israel is anti-semitic, a claim that insults all those Jewish people who reject the likes of Ariel Sharon acting in their name.
Indeed, their policies give enormous scandal and put the lie to
their putative claim to be Catholics.
But Gass's meditations on the nature of literary creation reveal a highly complex--and subtly instructive--awareness of writing's capacity for social use and abuse, and his topical sermons put the lie to
the fear that such a complex awareness cripples political and ethical judgment.
Enlightenment producer Adrian Tayler, who has been making multimedia for 15 years and collected the prize at a ceremony in Brighton, said: "It was good to put the lie to
the industry belief that multimedia has to be expensive - it doesn't.
Debt-laden Swissair Group, weakened by a disastrous foreign expansion strategy that put the lie to
Swiss managers' reputation as some of the world's shrewdest executives, grounded its entire fleet for a second day.