“Any other designation fudges the evidence, which suggests that the military occupation of the West Bank will remain until the post-1948 colonial regime itself is either brought down or collapses under the weight of its own internal contradictions, to be replaced by a non-colonial political order and the re-establishment of political and economic equality between Arab and Jew.”
“Various cosmologists and astronomers have invented a number of "fudges" to attempt to save the theory.”
“The result was that one in fourteen admitted to making some kind of error when initially completing forms blogged before on what can happen when one "fudges" an app, but Chris Brooks actually interviewed industry insiders, and shares some startling information with his readers.”
“This is a very nice story, and even though the film fudges the facts—Edward VIII and his Nazi-loving wife get off pretty easily—it definitely achieves what it sets out to accomplish.”
“Lynette tries to make Tom a tougher parent, and Renee fudges the truth to get Ben's interest.”
“The names of the sweeties reel off my tongue, taking me back to summers spent in my mum's car, when I "helped" as she sold boilings, toffees, chocolates and fudges to the corner shops and cafés of the west of Scotland.”
“Yet the SPLC fudges, and then itself says that “hate group activities” can also include “marches, rallies, speeches, meetings, leafleting or publishing.””
“Gibney does talk to Spitzer, though the former governor (and current talk-show host) squirms and fudges about the hookers themselves and what hubris led to his fall.”
“Additionally, a handful of current and former Indec employees, as well as some Economy Ministry officials, have acknowledged in private that Indec fudges its data.”
“Cheating, in D.C. of course, distorts the playing field; the teacher who fudges the numbers on students' tests is judged against the teacher who doesn't ...”
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