impostor


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With a great crowd of select followers, amongst whom were both the worthy statesmen who had already been there before, he went to the cunning impostors, who were now weaving with all their might, but without fibre or thread.
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.
It is interesting to note, however, that the implications of the impostor phenomenon for outcomes such as commitment and organizational citizenship behaviors may actually be positive, particularly when evaluated within the context of equity theory and distributive justice.
Suffice it to say the entity imprisoned on that planet is not God but an impostor.
Fast and furious Action shots from Hoipolloi's The Impostor, courtesy of Geraint Lewis
The man is portrayed as an impostor who harbored racist attitudes toward South African blacks and whose efforts on behalf of Hindu "untouchables" were misguided half-measures, designed merely to build his own reputation and political influence.
es preferible el personaje autentico o ese otro que un impostor aplicado lleva hasta su estadio mas alto?
An impostor in a constable's uniform infiltrated one of the country's busiest police stations, it was confirmed today.
This move would prevent the name "Lincolnshire sausage" being used for "inferior facsimiles" made elsewhere Graham Booth, a sausagemaker from Spalding, said: "There have been impostor products in other parts of the country which are cheaper and inferior, and not so nice.
If she had chosen an impostor, he would have received the $100,000.
If the virtualization choice that a company is considering is imposing new rules, new certifications, and new stickers, it could be just an impostor.
But when Travis Industries tired up its new gas-fueled Lopi stove next to three real wood burners and challenged me to identify the impostor, it took some close observation to finally finger the Lopi.