- n. Plural form of fabrication.
“The Bethlehem-based Maan Network was attacked harshly on Hamas websites and in statements by the Hamas-led interior ministry for what it called "fabrications of the facts", Maan responded by saying that pictures don't lie.”
“White women are also bombarded with ads/images for cosmetic surgery: eyebrow tattoos, dimple and split chin fabrications, laser treatments for skin blemishes, facelifts, breast augmentations, laser hair removal, nose jobs, liposuction, etc. .etc ..”
“What's powerful about Vance's position is that he separates the lies external to the case," Fairstein says, referring to the fabrications on Diallos application for asylum from Guinea that came to light in the course of the investigation.”
“These past studies - which Iran calls fabrications - have caused concern in that Iran appears to have examined how to design a nuclear warhead.”
“You know she has got to be a pathetic liar when the GOP call her out on the "fabrications" in her book.”
“Update, 1/25: For Variety, Mark Schilling reports plans for a Japanese doc aimed at countering Nanking's "fabrications," even as the Chinese are working on yet another doc as the 70th anniversary of the Massacre approaches.”
“Questioning the timing of the fabrications and by "fabrications" he means accurate quotation of his mother just as the absentee ballots are in the mail, Irons further states, "If you talk with other members of my family and the people I've been working with for years, you'll find that my reputation is intact.”
“It was not surprising, he said, that those with a political mission resorted to "fabrications" to achieve their goals.”
“Pierre Schori also strongly rejected as "fabrications" allegations that he was biased against the government of President”
“Crystal challenged the ANC to identify the "fabrications" contained in the Report.”
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