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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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Mobile Faker was conceived and developed by San Francisco-based Moderati.
The more obvious fakers are those who will allow you to type in any old credit card number into their on-line form.
Faker can also delete several Windows files from the hard drive, rendering the Windows operating system inoperable.
The last line, however, must go to the faker - and his neat definition of conducting: ``It's a bit of a bull*** profession but, at the same time, it's an art form that certain people have or haven't got.
Another example of this attitude is the dismissal of the whistleblowers Charles Faker and Neil White.
The faker duped UEFA into awarding a controversial replay of Hoops' Cup Winners' Cup triumph in 1984 by pretending he had been struck on the head by a bottle.
Each one-hour episode of Faking It features the faker, two mentors (pros in their industry), an acting or voice coach, and other guest experts, all of whom work tirelessly to turn the fresh face into an old hand.
Show producer Roger Dobkowitz said producers can always spot a faker.
Photographers snapped shots of celebrity attendees including Kat McPhee, while virtuoso rock-jazz pianist ELEW and Australian house/disco artist Chet Faker performed.
I was a bit of a faker, a circumstantial smoker, I just feel like I wasn't addicted to nicotine.
JAILED art faker John Myatt is set to unveil his biggest public collection to date - next door to the building which inspired his love of painting.