Recent Examples of fraudulence from the Web
To expose the fraudulence of Mumler’s work, Barnum arrived in court with an image made by another photographer that showed Abraham Lincoln’s ghost standing behind him.
Was this—and the consequent feeling of fraudulence—what set loose the saboteur?
Monday’s event in Indiana aims to highlight the fraudulence of Trump’s high-profile promises to workers at a Carrier plant in the Hoosier State.
When the object of the sport is to manipulate joints and execute chokes and deliver kicks like this to the head of an opponent, there’s little room for fraudulence and artifice.
His Twitter feed is filled with eruptions about the fraudulence of the Russia investigation.
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