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- adj. Not authentic.
They would get all nostalgic about the food they missed and how nonauthentic the Arab foods in America were.
If so, I suggest they be returned as "nonauthentic."
It was the Muslim high court which examined all possibly nonauthentic converts to the Islamic religion seeking to enter Mecca.
People should get over the idea that because of the complex textual history of "Hoffmann" - Offenbach worked on versions for two different theaters and died before establishing a definitive text - it is necessary to include nonauthentic material in performance or the opera won't work on stage.
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