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went from mouth to mouth; everyone seemed delighted over them, and the Emperor gave to the impostors the title of Court weavers to the Emperor.
Throughout the whole of the night before the morning on which the procession was to take place, the impostors were up and were working by the light of over sixteen candles.
Will it please your Majesty graciously to take off your clothes,' said the impostors, 'then we will put on the new clothes, here before the mirror.
The Emperor took off all his clothes, and the impostors placed themselves before him as if they were putting on each part of his new clothes which was ready, and the Emperor turned and bent himself in front of the mirror.
The Emperor came himself with his most distinguished knights, and each impostor held up his arm just as if he were holding something, and said, 'See
Commenting further, he said, the so-called faction are impostors and the security agencies have been briefed about their activities they will soon put a stop to their activities.
Self-doubt is certainly a part of impostor syndrome, but people who feel like impostors have a difficult time internalising their own accomplishments.
The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) has warned the public on impostors posing as their employees and asking for 'reservation fees' to secure government contracts.
Impostors such as companion stars can mimic the signal of a planet.
The comic said: "There are many impostors, but real comedians think The Glee runs real comedy clubs.
Evidence of known-groups validity has been demonstrated through the ability to discriminate between identified impostors and nonimpostors (Holmes, Kertay, Adamson, & Holland, 1993).
1) Quite who among those arrested hold valid qualifications, who were impostors, who were legitimately registered and accredited with the Health Professions Council of South Africa (HPCSA) and who were fraudulently borrowing practice numbers to defraud the medical aid services, and whether they were operating as part of a syndicate (or syndicates), is still to be established.
Four of the seven consumers they targeted in south and west Delhi colonies such as Vasant Kunj, Saket and Janakpuri actually agreed to pay Rs 20,000 to the impostors, fearing arrest," a senior police officer said.
The protest follows the shooting of a civilian on Monday by the impostors after he refused to give them money.
Our service allows CEOs to travel to important meetings in an ambience of luxury and comfort," explains Corporate Impostors founder Barry Germaine.