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  • n. Plural form of forger.

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Examples

  • One of the forgers was a close friend of a neoconservative Washington think-tank scholar who in turn had a long-established relation with the Italian military intelligence service, SISMI.

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • "dream sharing" aspect of the technology, there are the "forgers" who enter your consciousness disguised as someone else, there are the "projections" (akin to white blood cells) that your own mind uses to protect you from intruders.

    Film.com Movie Blog

  • Foundations might fear litigation, or risk tipping off forgers on what their evaluators are looking for, if they were more forthcoming in their deliberations.

    Behind the Veil: Questions About Art Authentication

  • If you have no faith in the written word why appeal to the written word of forgers who did not know Christ and did not know the Apostles but got their theology out of their heads?

    Blind Faith?

  • Cocteau, like his friend and contemporary Pablo Picasso, has long been a favourite with forgers.

    Jean Cocteau: France in uproar over museum 'fakes'

  • Bibliomania has gripped statesmen — Thomas Jefferson's collection was the foundation of the Library of Congress — as well as thieves, forgers and pranksters, whose dark deeds add spice to "A Gentle Madness."

    Extreme Book-Collecting

  • Prized in the marketplace, Van Gogh's works have occasionally inspired the efforts of art forgers, as cultural anthropologist Henk Tromp relates in 'A Real Van Gogh' 2010, which recounts the riveting case of Dr. Otto Wacker, a Berlin dealer who marketed dozens of fake Van Goghs during the 1920s.

    A Stranger to Himself

  • In the trade, document forgers are called “artists.”

    Gideon’s war

  • Though an invasion of Britain was abandoned, the forgers continued their work.

    Nazis tried to flood Europe with fake British banknotes, MI5 files show

  • Bomb damage in Coventry in 1941, the year after forgers began forging British banknotes in preparation for Nazi Germany's planned invasion.

    Nazis tried to flood Europe with fake British banknotes, MI5 files show

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