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Similarly, CORFing behavior has been exhibited by basketball fans that were less likely to accept a team poster immediately after a defeat (Bizmon & Yinon, 2002), by groups that were bogusly informed of poor performance on a skill task (Snyder et al., 1986), by individuals who removed posters after an election defeat (Boen, Vanbeselaere, Pandelaere, et al., 2002), by sport fans that avoided others and stayed in foul mood following a defeat (Gantz & Wenner, 1995), and by failing to wear team buttons after a defeat (Kimble & Cooper, 1992).
Eighteen trips abroad, and 22 visits to the office with a friend bogusly claiming to be an adviser, leaves a trail of unanswered questions.
For most items, Israel bogusly claims Hamas may use construction materials to build bunkers and "enhance its military capability" in other ways.
He said it had taken a seven and a half tonne truck to remove all the undelivered leaflets that were found and that Spiers had received pounds 264 for bogusly claiming to have delivered them..
When practiced well, it can offer more than an often bogusly "transparent window on reality" (p.
Instead, Stinnette was bogusly charged with three misdemeanors and jailed for 12 days.
POLICE in Hartlepool are warning residents who bogusly report crimes that they could face being given a criminal record.
Sonny was one of the 400,000 workers that builders' union UCATT describes as "bogusly self-employed", having all the duties of an employee without the rights.
as they are really just bogusly classified) according to trivial criteria (e.g., after the boys estimate the number of dots on a screen they are "classified" into the over-estimators group or the under-estimators group--alternatively, after boys state a preference for either a Klee painting or a Kandinsky painting they are bogusly classified as either Klees or Kandinskies).
Literary hoaxes date back to biblical pseudepigrapha, Later imaginings include the travel writings of Sir John Mandeville, poems of Thomas Chatterton and James Macpherson's translations of Gaelic poems bogusly attributed to `Ossian'.
Sir, - The Prime Minister's statement in Parliament on February 23, 1999 of his enthusiasm to join the euro and the accompanying release of the so-called national Changeover Plan marked not "a change of gear", as No 10's spin doctors bogusly described it, but the launch of the euro-pre-Referendum Campaign.
Moreover, he uses the coup d'etat Abbas regime repressively against the Palestinian people, and bogusly calls the legitimate Hamas government a terrorist organization as justification for Israeli assaults.