Yes and no. Sometimes keeping secrets can be seen as a lie of omission.
Someone is lying to you when they are not acting the same as they usaully do.
The lower esophageal sphincter is the mechanism that normally prevents gastric reflux into the esophagus when lying down or bending over. It is located between the esophagus and the stomach.
It isn't illegal. But it is lying, and lying is rather immoral. Lying about your age could cause problems such as over-exposure to yourself or others.
The medical term for a patient lying on his belly is the prone position. The opposite of the prone position is supine, or the patient lying flat on his back.
A lot of things, there secrets, there friends' secrets, there parents secrets.
The truth is what actually happened, and lying is telling false accounts of what happened for your benefit.
lying means someone is deceiving you, cheating however is someone purposely betraying you.
"Lying" is once. "A liar" might imply a general personality trait.
The difference between the Prone and Supine positions are that Supine is when you are laying on your back and prone is when you are lying flat on your stomach.
Collinear is passing through or lying on the same straight line. Coplanar is lying on or occurring in the same plane.
The differences between lying and exaggerating is that when you are exaggerate you can go over board but some of it may not be true. But if you tell a lie then you aren't telling the truth.
You can lay things down, such as tiles on a floor, but if you assume a recumbent position yourself, then you are lying down.
You lay something down; you lie down yourself
go to google and type the sentance in again AND click the first one u see..... oh, and i have no idea what the difference is between thos two things:( sorry...
The difference is mainly in implication. If you say someone is lying, you are saying he is lying right now; if you call someone a liar, you are implying that he lies all the time.It's a pretty subtle distinction, and someone could certainly be offended in either case, especially if they weren'tlying.
The rule I use is the golden rule. I do not do what I do not want the kids to do to me. There is a difference between lying and omitting some details too though. One last thought - they always figure out what is wrong.