- Enigmatically, the president's informal aquatic habits belie the fact that he is the polar opposite of his easygoing vice president.p. 36.6
- His words belie the fact that he might have been court-martialed for allowing his boat to be sunk and two of his men to be killed.p. 22.4
- The six-foot, four-inch Texan is a self-made man and career politician, a former high school teacher whose towering physique belies a fragile and sometimes insecure persona.p. 53.7
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