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  • v  deprive of by deceit

  • One of the great medical frauds of recent years was the faking of heart disease to hornswoggle insurance companies.
  • Here's another fact (that you can't talk about): Millions of Americans let's call them the Republican base fervently believe in the American of Reagan's hornswoggle and it .
  • It was hoped that these prostitutes of progress would hornswoggle secrets from the hospitable beds of Allied intelligence officers.
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