Lies

Lies may refer to:

  • Lie, an untruthful statement
  • Lies (evidence), in common law

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Gautelisvatnet
... The Norwegian side lies in the municipality of Narvik in Nordland county and the Swedish side lies in Gällivare Municipality in Norrbotten County ... The lake Unna Guovdelisjávri lies just to the east of this lake ...
Andøya
... The Andfjorden lies to the east of the island, the Risøysundet strait lies to the south and east side of the island, and the Gavlfjorden lies to the ... The Norwegian Sea lies to the west and north ...
Saenger (crater)
... Saenger is an ancient lunar crater that lies on the far side of the Moon, just beyond the eastern limb ... To the west-northwest is the crater Erro, and due north lies Moiseev ... To the west, Saenger V lies across the northwestern rim, while the crater pair Sanger P and Q lie across and intrude into the southwestern rim ...
Lies, Hautes-Pyrénées
... Lies is a commune in the Hautes-Pyrénées department in south-western France. ...
Great Lies To Tell Small Kids
... Great Lies to Tell Small Kids (2005) is Andy Riley's third book of cartoons, following his bestsellers The Book of Bunny Suicides and Return of the Bunny Suicides ... same vein followed in October 2006, Loads More Lies to Tell Small Kids ...

Famous quotes containing the word lies:

    Here lies the body of William Jones
    Who all his life collected bones,
    Till Death, that grim and boney spectre,
    That universal bone collector,
    Boned old Jones, so neat and tidy,
    And here he lies, all bona fide.
    —Anonymous. “Epitaph on William Jones,” from Eleanor Broughton’s Varia (1925)

    The advantage of living is not measured by length, but by use; some people have lived long, and lived little; attend to it while you are in it. It lies in your will, not in the number of years, for you to have lived enough.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    There is some awe mixed with joy of our surprise, when this poet, who lived in some past world, two or three hundred years ago, says that which lies close to my own soul, that which I also had well nigh thought and said.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)