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to change or modify so as to prevent recognition of the true identity or character of

to behave affectedly or insincerely or take on a false or misleading appearance of

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behave unnaturally or affectedly

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Sanyo Electric said it purchased, dissembled and scrutinized BYD's lithium ion batteries in September last year, and maintains BYD pirated its technologies.
The aircraft is also being designed to be quickly dissembled, placed into special containers for shipment on a transport aircraft to wherever needed or stored for up to 10 years.
However in a piece fronted by Michael Heeny, who was the Today Tonight producer back when it was good, Prime Time cleverly dissembled Conlon's statement.
Navy's EP-3 spy plane, which will be dissembled before being loaded for the trip back to the U.
He and his Administration have repeatedly lied or dissembled about these activities.
The facility will be occupied during abatement process so hard barrier containment areas will have to be assembled / dissembled as project progresses.
Seven furnaces will be dissembled and 3 new will be installed to increase the capacity of the plant.
The original Santa Maria ran aground near what is now Haiti during the voyage and was dissembled for timbers to build the first Spanish settlement there.
People seem to really open up in the Blow Up's interviews, two of the least dissembled subjects lately being Elizabeth Peyton and Richard Devine.
There was a time when his every release was eagerly dissembled and picked over like a rare, uncut diamond, but no more.
When unable to attend a benefit or event, she dissembled, claiming she had the flu, and continued making dates well into the future.
According to the bank, the Branch on the move does not call for any requirement of technology or equipment to be dissembled before being transported and is capable of serving as an emergency branch.