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Phil's the skipper and is an honest, articulate lad who says it like it is, and he's widely admired for that, but I don't like players talking about performances like that.
Unlike many bottled tea beverages that are syrupy sweet, Honest Tea is light on sugar and calories.
Honest Kombucha is available in five low-sugar varieties: Berry Hibiscus, Lemon Ginger, Peach Mango, Maqui Berry Grapefruit and Apple Jasmine, and carries 35 calories and 7 grams of sugar per serving.
The term "honest broker" was first addressed in Alexander George's 1972 article in the American Political Science Review, "The Case for Multiple Advocacy in Foreign Policy Decision Making." George referred to a neutral or "honest broker" and argued for a multiple advocacy structure of presidential decision making.
The federal mail and wire fraud statutes make it a crime to use the mail or wires in furtherance of any "scheme or artifice to defraud." (6) The honest services doctrine developed as a judicially created theory of mail and wire fraud, under which the term "scheme or artifice to defraud" was read to encompass schemes to deprive the public of "intangible rights," including the right to have public officials perform their duties honestly.
Retired Brigadier Aldwin Wight claimed ministers saw their role "as actually to spin this issue rather than be honest about it".
But the judge also said the jury could find the defendants guilty if they believed Black and the rest withheld their "honest services" from Hollinger International and its shareholders.
3 : being just what is indicated : real, genuine <He did an honest day's work.>
As Honest Johns vocalist Mark Lawson explains: "Video editing suites weren't exactly ten-a-penny in the North East back then.
Honest. I've ripped up your picture, scratched out your name in my address book, and given away all the trinkets you gave me.
But, as I was on my knees, building HER wardrobe, the better half declared: "To be honest, you're not doing a great job there."
The only way that those politicians lacking integrity will ever clean up their act is when the electors place honesty above party and vote for the honest alternative, thereby ensuring that dishonesty leads to loss of votes and to loss of seats.
Most accountants and lawyers would scoff if asked the simple question "What is a tax return?" Two recent bankruptcy cases, however, explore the interesting question of what is an "honest and reasonable" tax return for purposes of the discharge of tax liability in bankruptcy.
Other characters include a soldier and deserter from the war in Iraq, an uncompromisingly honest female state senator, and her married son, who is being blackmailed because of his secret gay club life.
It occurs to me that this predisposition to gulp life whole makes it challenging to live an authentically honest life, because in my hurriedness I get fuzzy about the details.