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  • n. Plural form of falsification.


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  • "Even if you put all the so-called falsifications together, then they will only make up 0.5 per cent of the total number of votes," he said.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • InsuranceAgents. com article, title insurance agents can help buyers protect themselves from car or home title falsifications or transgressions.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • According to the representative of the Special Investigative service, revealed facts can reflect falsifications, that is a serious violation of the law.

    Armenian News - PanARMENIAN.Net

  • According to the EPA, these people had "routinely misunderstood or mis-characterised the scientific issues, drawn faulty conclusions, resorted to hyperbole, impugned the ethics of climate scientists in general, and characterised actions as 'falsifications' and 'manipulation' with no basis or support."

    Climate change: science's fresh fight to win over the sceptics

  • This will likely be the line propounded by the new historical committee appointed by President Dmitri Medvedev to prevent "falsifications" of the Russian past.

    Holocaust: The Ignored Reality

  • Chaika said the situation was made worse by widespread "falsifications" of statistics on the part of law enforcement agencies, aimed at improving "clear-up rates" and padding statistics.

    RIA Novosti

  • However, some deputies have already asserted that they did not actually vote in favor of the budget, and have asked for a special investigation of "falsifications" by the parliamentary speaker, Volodymyr Lytvyn, and some prominent Tymoshenko allies.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Neither work is concerned with simply ennumerating the unfathomable number of murders, tortures, deportations and "falsifications" of a phenomenon which Conquest characterized as consisting of brute physical violence on the one hand paired to a matchless Western cover-up on the other.

    Belmont Club

  • (There's evidence, however, that the government has asked professional historians to identify instances of "falsifications" by their foreign colleagues.)


  • At that time, Montazeri had already voiced his support for them and criticized the 'falsifications' of the incumbent president.

    Free Internet Press


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