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consisting or suggestive of fiction

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formed or conceived by the imagination

adopted in order to deceive

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Furthermore, we note that we shaped formally (and we did fictitiously) the particular POV and the particular Pole that we decided next to word Round-like.
Because an individual can consent to nearly anything--from entering a boxing ring to having sex with another person--when it is fictitiously claimed that you have to have consented to delegate power to a group of strangers, these strangers can then assert this faux-consent to justify their authority to do pretty much anything to you that they like.
To consider the simple cost-efficiency effect of announcement, let us fictitiously assume that outputs and [y.sub.1] do not depend on [theta] and q, in which case Equation (A4) would be
A fraud expert who reviewed the court documents said LaJoice got away with it because there was no separation of duties at the credit union and no independent verification of investment accounts LaJoice fictitiously created to conceal his fraud.
Not just schoolteachers but students were also fictitiously entered on the rolls.
(294.) Coughlin, supra note 70, at 1660; see SIMON, IN DOUBT, supra note 39, at 137 (reporting that "simulated interrogators who were led to believe (fictitiously) that the suspect was guilty were more inclined to ask guilt-presumptive questions, to exert stronger pressure on the suspect, and to use a wider variety of techniques to induce a confession, including the presentation of false evidence and promises of leniency").
But the ruins are fictitiously put together again within the solidity of a narrative that is already anticipating Lepanto.
He underscored that a clear dividing line had to be drawn between clusters related to the competitiveness of the economy and fictitiously created clusters.
The three decentralized organizations are fictitiously labelled the Service to Citizen Agency (SCA), the Culture and Entertainment Agency (CEA) and the Natural Resource Production Agency (NRPA).
Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events, or locales is entirely coincidental.
It's one of city's beautiful historic homes, and it was fictitiously blown up in the beginning of the movie "The Chamber." Our other close friend's childhood home was also Skeeter's home in the movie "The Help." Seeing these two houses, where I spent a good chunk of my teenage years, on the movie screen was a bit surreal.
While much work remains to be done establishing the extent of these conventions, both for free and for metrical verse, this essay establishes that there are certain, well-established verse conventions that lend themselves to such attempts to harness contours of intonation as a prosody, one that fundamentally, if fictitiously, combines meaning and music.
Hence the UN and AU, no doubt prodded with threatening ultimatums from Khartoum, have fictitiously created "secure" and "stable" regions of Darfur.