falsifying falsifying  /ˈfɔl sə ˌfaɪ ɪŋ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the act of determining that something is false

Usage(s):

  1. Siakor also discovered that logging firms were falsifying their records, as well as employing militias that beat and raped villagers and smuggled arms.
  2. Dazhai, Mao's model village, is now generally ridiculed as a symbol of ultra-leftist zeal and for falsifying harvest reports.
  3. Their method: falsifying workers' time cards without their knowledge.

News

  1. Chesterfield man admits to fixing alcohol tests while deputy

    A former Macomb County Sheriff’s deputy accused of falsifying a woman’s court-ordered alcohol tests pleaded guilty Wednesday to a reduced charge of interfering with a crime report.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: The Voice

  2. Former background investigator pleads guilty

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A former investigator who worked for the firm that conducted a background check on ex-National Security Agency analyst Edward Snowden has pleaded guilty to charges of falsifying work on background investigations of other federal workers.
    on June 22, 2013     Source: Associated Press via Yahoo! News

  3. Former Macomb County deputy pleads guilty in falsifying breath test results

    — A former Macomb County Sheriff deputy has pleaded guilty to one count of interfering with a crime report for his part in falsifying preliminary breath test results, authorities said Thursday.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: Detroit News

Quotes

  1. "The allegation that I or anyone else lied to this House or deliberately misled the country by falsifying intelligence on weapons of mass destruction is the real lie," a defiant Blair told a packed British Parliament. "I simply ask that those...
    on Jan 28, 2004 By: Tony Blair Source: CTV.ca

  2. "I have zero tolerance for anybody falsifying," Norman said. "If something is being falsified, that to me is the highest form of crime. The flip side to that, we have people who come in and self-report. If they do, we take that into...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: John Norman Source: TheNewsTribune.com

  3. In a statement today, Ziegler said: "I am surprised that someone who seeks to serve on the Supreme Court would accuse a law enforcement officer of falsifying an incident report."
    on Mar 23, 2007 By: Annette Ziegler Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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