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Is Wonga simply trying to deflect accusations and whitewash its true colours?
But Nebiolo deflected accusations that he wielded unbridled power.
They are eager to deflect accusations that the Coalition has capitulated to lobbying from house-building firms.
A statement by the Ministry of Commerce also sought to deflect accusations of protectionism.
Richard M. Nixon delivered the Checkers speech to deflect accusations of corruption.
The Venezuelan government has regularly deflected accusations of a cover-up and insisted it had communicated all updates on the leader's health to its people.
It's a self-conscious routine, as if to deflect accusations of sermonising, but it feels a bit hammy and contrived.
The aim was to deflect accusations that the West never allowed scrutiny of its own record while picking on the behaviour of governments in the developing world.
Duncan further tried to deflect accusations of racism by saying that she felt "ok" when on a holiday in the Caribbean, where many African-Caribbean people live.
Mr. Zvyagintsev deflected accusations that he imitates Tarkovsky, saying that it was impossible not to be inspired by him.
But the younger Mr. Roemer succeeded in deflecting accusations that he was part of Mr. Edwards's network.
Seeking to deflect accusations of secrecy, Prime Minister Naoto Kan said Friday that the government has told the public everything about the accident at the plant.
Barzoum said Israel was trying to deflect accusations of war crimes during the offensive, which followed eight years of frequent rocket fire from Gaza into southern Israel.
And he has virtually managed to extinguish serious opposition while allowing enough critical politicians and newspapers to operate so that he can deflect accusations by human rights activists.
Including the Salafis of Nour in any new political process would help deflect accusations that Islamists are being sidelined after the ouster of Mr Morsi.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos on Friday Visco sought to deflect accusations the BOI had not done its job properly.
I cite these additional sources of renown to deflect accusations of crudely offensive national stereotyping, of the sort that led the Top Gear gang into Mexican hot water.
Washington moved quickly today to deflect accusations that it had killed 11 Pakistani soldiers in an air strike, releasing video footage which it says clearly shows its forces targeting Taleban insurgents.
As the mayoral campaign heads into its final month, Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani frequently tries to deflect accusations that every word and deed is now choreographed to play to voters.
Dracula, when confronted by Talbot, easily deflects accusations that he is "the real thing" by insisting that it's only his costume and he is not actually Dracula.
At the same time, according to Fishman, he participated in a conspiracy with church staff to deflect accusations of church involvement, by submitting fake documents and making false statements to his defense team.
He was instrumental in controversial trade negotiations with China and Venezuela, and helped deflect accusations of patronage related to export licences granted by his bureau for trade with the latter country.
She must also deflect accusations from the centre-left opposition that she is attempting to bribe German voters before next September's elections and a state vote in Lower Saxony in January.
Faced with increased regulatory and consumer pressure as well as a lawsuit, Monster Beverage Corp. went on the offensive to deflect accusations that its products offered more than just a liquid jolt.
Similar explanations for the troubles in Egypt are often heard from the military rulers who took power from Mubarak, perhaps at attempt to deflect accusations that they are bungling the management of the country.