Not necessarily, says Nicholas Duran, assistant professor in the School Both Duran and Gaffney agree that the better you know someone, the easier it is to tell if he or she is lying. Sustainability senior Shannon Wojcik adds collected oranges to the bin for juicing during the orange harvest. Sustainability freshman Maryam Balqis Abdul Rashid, left, and sustainability sophomore Julia Colbert, right, sort oranges deciding which are good enough to collect and which will be sent for composting during the orange harvest. Though you may not be able to tell whether someone is trying to deceive you based on his or her body language alone, you may be able to learn a thing or two by paying close attention to how the person speaks.
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In Arizona, shame must be something you only learn about in books, which is why no one there has heard of it. Come on down to Ttown darling. Fratsketballer 5 years ago. Humans have gotten very good at the art of deception. Morebeerlessproblems 5 years ago. PhiPsiPhrat 5 years ago.