foist off

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And I mean free, and I mean fair - not these kinds of staged elections that the Castro brothers tried to foist off as being true democracy,A" Bush said, on the road in Rwanda.
Can you tell what kind of customer you want to encourage and which you'd be happy to foist off on your competition?
Wandering is not something you can simply foist off on technology and facility design.
It was expedient to foist off deeply troubled priests onto another diocese.
It won't look like the gab that the news networks foist off as debate, Moyers promised.