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  • n  the dishonesty of a charlatan

  • Everything you read or hear about him is colored by those visual impressions of weakness or strength, ignorance or knowledge, charlatanism or statesmanship you received when you .
  • Beyond all the charlatanism, there is a genuine realm of magic, a yet undiscovered territory between man and his universe.
  • Instead of merely condemning spiritism, Archbishop Cmara has launched a campaign to expose the charlatanism of the spiritist leaders and to draw their followers into church by .

  • Chip Berlet in Seattle Times
    They don't do their homework; it's a kind of charlatanism,says Berlet. "They say there's no debris on the lawn in front of the Pentagon, but they base their analysis on a photo on the Internet. That's like analyzing an impressionist...

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