falsification


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Synonyms for falsification

Synonyms for falsification

any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something

the act of rendering something false as by fraudulent changes (of documents or measures etc

the act of determining that something is false

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Nikko Cordial on Thursday also set up a committee tasked to make clear where the responsibility for the earnings falsification lies.
The Tokyo High Court awarded on Thursday a considerably smaller damages payout than a lower court to 16 institutional investors for losses incurred due to the falsification of financial reports by Seibu Railway Co.
The defendants incurred losses from transactions in Seibu Railway shares, the price of which plummeted due to the falsification of the financial reports, the judge said.
The MOX fuel arrived in Takahama last October from Britain but KEPCO decided not to use it because of the data falsification.
In 2002 and early 2003, AOL worked with industry leaders, state lawmakers, and Attorney General Kilgore's office to craft a new anti-spam state law that would levy strong criminal penalties on large-scale spammers who used tactics of fraud, falsification and deceit to send the most egregious and offensive junk emails to AOL members.
The LDP president made the comments after Hatoyama met the press following the indictment by Tokyo prosecutors of the former secretaries without arrest in connection with the falsifications in violation of the political funds control law.
Stromgren, without admitting to any allegations, consented to the issuance of the order based on his alleged participation in violations of law and breaches of fiduciary duty to the bank and its customers in connection with embezzlement of funds, forgery, and falsification of the bank's books and records.
The bureau, which comes under the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, found the data falsification based on information given by a whistleblower last March, the officials said.
To claim they are is a complete falsification indulged in by many who would know better if they examined the facts.
Twelve percent of the CFOs admitted to committing the falsification.
What's at stake here isn't the strength and weakness of individual works, but rather the apparent falsification of an artist's career.
Here Munro appears to believe that Popper is a "naive falsificationist," but Popper never assumed that the necessity of an observation to falsify a theory beyond dispute was a certain feature of science or that one empirical falsification permanently falsifies a theory.
The nuclear cargo that passed through the Irish Sea this week was there because of the falsification of safety records by BNFL.
They range from the falsification of expenses to failing to declare business interests.
Many millions were invested in this `innovative' educational program, with dismal academic results and evidence of massive misuse of public money and falsification of public documents.