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a deliberately misleading fabrication

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Asserting that she has no lust for power, Banerjee said, "I will like to warn those spreading canards against me that it will not pay.
Such is the generosity of Africans inspired by the conviction of their ideas that they will grant an opportunity to someone whose views and canards are clearly not worthy of publication.
One would think that the case for Canada's continued intervention in Afghanistan can be made without resorting to hackneyed and long-disproved Granatsteinian canards.
Best is Canards Sauvages, in which splashes of water provide an irresistible rhythm to Camille's childlike chorus.
The model also included a custom high-speed data acquisition system and high-rate canard actuators capable of deflecting the canards at rates of 1500[degrees] per second, as well as high-performance canard and roll control systems.
Other features of the new wind tunnel model included complex on-board electronics, a custom high-speed data acquisition system, high-rate canard actuators capable of deflecting the canards at rates of 1500 degrees per second, and high-performance canard and roll control systems.
In making this argument, he first demonstrates the importance of the news sheets (canards) as a news genre, explores their social composition, and examines the issue of political censorship, before reviewing representations of crime and criminal justice in the canards as a window into the larger public's vision of crime and justice.
During flight, the projectile "de-rolled" successfully, deployed canards, acquired GPS signals, calculated the navigation solution, and maneuvered itself to the target, which it then destroyed.
The Palestinian cause deserves better than Curthoys and his canards.
Then he writes that in his account of the pogroms of the early 20th century, Solzhenitsyn is far more concerned with exonerating the good name of the Russian people than he is with the suffering of the Jews, and that on occasion he accepts the czarist government's canards blaming the pogroms on provocations by the Jews themselves.
What better way to counteract these canards than to show our dedication to the entire community?