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dissemble

(dĭ-sĕm′bl)
To mislead, to give a false impression, or to conceal the truth.
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Major-General Kamal Al Sheikh dissembled by saying that Palestinian security forces "may have detained a few Hamas members for their political background, but that most Hamas detainees were arrested for security purposes or because they were saboteurs who planned attacks in the West Bank under orders from Hamas.
The gig climaxed with Mathias leaping into the crowd for a full on bass freak-out while Falkous cantankerously dissembled still-drumming Jack Egglestone's kit only for the sticksman to give up trying and begin whipping off his clothes.
The simple design allows it to be dissembled without tools for cleaning.
Between 1990 and 1991, the South African government dissembled the apparatus of apartheid and, accordingly, the wine industry in the beleaguered country began again to look outside its borders both for inspiration and renewed markets.
It said the other fighter will be dissembled and transported to the United States in February.
As soon as the gun arrived the barrel was immediately removed and the works completely dissembled.