Examples of forgery in a Sentence
that is a cheap forgery, not an authentic Ming Dynasty vase
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Moore has posted on Twitter frequently about the yearbook, calling his signature a forgery.
Immediately, the Moore campaign said the inscription was a forgery — Moore pointed out in an open letter that there were inconsistencies in the way the year was written in the message and the date below it.
The forgeries also allow malware to evade antivirus protections.
Robert Charles Brady spent 17 months in a state prison after pleading no contest to fraud, forgery, grand theft and practicing law without a license.
Mark Michael Wallace, 61, of Tarrant County, sentenced to two years of probation for the offense of forgery in 1974.
Kirby was arrested and charged with four felony counts of forgery on Tuesday, records show.
The foreclosure proceedings involved years of legal back-and-forth, including an accusation of a deathbed signature forgery, when a judge awarded the home to mortgage holder Nationstar and went up for sale this year.
Key mismanagement The researchers identified two other key weaknesses in code-signing regimens that allow forgeries to flourish.
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