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The vast majority pass off without incident every year but a number of flashpoints continue to create negative headlines.
Bob Carr, mitigating, said that his client was concerned when Mr Landin took his bus pass off him because his bank card was also in the plastic cover.
Basically no-one may pass off his/her goods as those of another.
There were nurses who attached saline drips on protesters so they could pass off as patients.
2 : to rise or pass off as steam <Heat steamed from the pipes.
ONE in three dinner party hosts in Coventry cheat and pass off pre-cooked meals or ready-to-use sauces as their own handiwork, a survey shows.
He started the night with a high-flying two-handed dunk off an alley-oop pass off the side of the backboard from teammate Paul Pierce.
They should be able to pass off an opponent to a teammate.
The Essex Speed Camera Partnership has already had trials with 10 of the cameras and used them to identify the driver in more than 1,000 cases in which the culprits were either trying to pass off points or claiming they did not know who the driver was.
He said: "There are always a few individuals who will, for personal gain, try to pass off suspect food as meeting the required standards.
You may never see the person that negotiated the account again-they may subcontract or pass off the work to less experienced personnel.
It means producers from outside Cumbria would not be allowed to pass off their sausages as Cumberland ones.
The Internet makes it easier to find material to copy and pass off as one's own.