faker


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  • noun

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one who makes a fraudulent copy of something

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Mobile Faker turns wireless phones into social tools, with tips to conquer any personal interaction.
And the data reveals unexpected realities about secret keepers, daters and fakers.
We're under a lot of pressure from the younger festival-going crowd about this concert," Uluy- said, referring to dozens of Chet Faker fans who have been asking the organizers through Twitter posts to change the venue of the concert or arrange an extra gig.
Lorde, Arctic Monkeys, London Grammar, Haim, and Chvrches are just some of the acts that have managed to slip in three songs, while Joy, Arcade Fire, Chet Faker, and Kanye West are among those with two songs.
What these fakers have done to families and survivors is bang out of order.
50; CLARINS NEW INSTANT SMOOTH FOUNDATION, pounds 22; BENEFIT SOME KINDA GORGEOUS THE FOUNDATION FAKER, pounds 19.
For instance, you would never have thought that mighty PC maker and on-line sales pioneer, DELL Computer Corporation, was a faker.
Keane claimed he was happy to stomach the sub-standard facilities but lost it when boss Mick McCarthy branded him a faker.
Bigamist, card sharp, prison escapee and faker of his own death are just some of the epithets attached to Nat Clifford, who was more favourably remembered as an acrobat, music-hall entertainer, writer and silent-movie actor until his death in 1948.
Top 10 faker towns: 1 Exeter; 2 Brighton; 3 Belfast; 4 Swansea; 5 Aberdeen; 6 Glasgow; 7 Cardiff; 8 Edinburgh; 9 Bristol; 10 Birmingham.
The cyber faker has almost 20,000 fans tuning in to follow updates of the Train spotting star's "daily life".
Experts at security specialist F-Secure say that the Faker worm is one of the latest and most damaging found so far.
Based on a true story about a real faker (played by Leonardo DiCaprio), whose guises include a pilot, doctor, and lawyer on the run from an FBI agent (Tom Hanks).
Two judges had already declared the punk to be the faker when Glyn Mon Hughes delivered his verdict.