Did you by any chance mean apocryphal?
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“For every treatment that stands up to double-blind studies, there are kooky folk remedies that survive because of apochryphal claims by people who swear by them.”
“Another possibly apochryphal story concerns the debate on the House floor regarding the income tax amendment.”
“On further investigation, though, I think the French claim is completely apochryphal, since it involves an origin for the Martini that predates the Martinez.”
“Aside from this being no doubt an apochryphal tale, we should not be so culturally arrogant to try to impose our standards on the Iraqi people.”
“There was an apochryphal story during the 1984 Winter Olympics that the Russian and Finnish biathletes would practice on each other, for real, across the frontier between the two countries.”
“It's so much fun to write a book of apochryphal and anecdotal stories than to actually do research.”
“Bush Blair and a Rabid Pope hardly shocks only a greater conspiracy of destroying Islam unlocks .. your apocalyptic apochryphal epitaph on a wayside poetic tombstone of this deserted”
“Because, when the father wrapped his arms around the son, listened to his to every word as though the gospel's apochryphal text, I saw another boy, many years before, belittled, and silenced and humiliated.”
“There's an old, probably apochryphal, story of the GP who diagnosed his 45-year-old male patient with left shoulder blade pain with gall stones.”
“True or not, this is almost at the level of the apochryphal rejection from a Japanese magazine where the editor declined because printing it would be so close to the ultimate expression on the topic that printing any other story after would be unnecesary.”
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