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fake

Nautical
one round of a coil of rope

fake

[fāk]
(naval architecture)
To lay a rope or chain down in long bights side by side or in coils in regular order.
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com/the-apollo-moon-landings-exposed-in-2014/) NASA faked the Apollo 11 moon landing - announced that his website Infowars was launching a "fake news analysis center" to combat "lies and fake stories being pushed by the Mainstream Media.
In most published studies of faking with the IAT, results have shown that the task is readily faked when respondents are provided with specific instructions for doing so, and that non-specific instructions are less effective in engendering faked response patterns (Agosta, Ghirardi, Zogmaister, Castiello, & Sartori, 2011; Kim, 2003; Steffens, 2004; Stieger, Goritz, Hergovich, & Voracek, 2011; Tulbure, 2006).
Ruth Orchard of the Anti Counterfeiting Group, which represents 200 major brands, said: "Anything people give as presents will be faked over Christmas.
com, 54 per cent of women said they had faked an orgasm and 26 per cent said they faked it every time they had sex.
2 : to change or treat in a way that gives a false effect <She faked the test results.