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fictitious

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Pertaining to or measured from an arbitrary reference line as in fictitious equator, fictitious latitude, or fictitious longitude.
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In such a Relativistic Target view, we split fictitiously the Moving Object in:
The isolated use of such questionnaires would fictitiously increase the number of children affected by the disorder and would be detrimental to those with a misdiagnosis because of the stigma of incorrect labeling, potential harm from pharmacological interventions' side effects, and deprivation of adequate intervention for problems that could be present.
To consider the simple cost-efficiency effect of announcement, let us fictitiously assume that outputs and [y.
A fraud expert who reviewed the court documents said LaJoice got away with it because there was no separation of duties at the credit union and no independent verification of investment accounts LaJoice fictitiously created to conceal his fraud.
Fictitiously, the SGD would cover in its scope, for example, the description of a "study of [environmental] disclosure, via [content analysis] of [Management Report and Explanatory Notes], from [publicly-traded Brazilian companies from potentially polluting sectors] compared to [American disclosure practices], correlated with [the financial performance of those Brazilian companies], from the viewpoint of [the theory of voluntary disclosure], in the period [from 2006 to 2008]".
Not just schoolteachers but students were also fictitiously entered on the rolls.
Power' has a broad meaning here, for those who are physically handicapped or weak are relevant beings, just as those who are potentially rational (21) (most children) or fictitiously so (the mentally handicapped, including extreme cases such as anencephalic children).
But the ruins are fictitiously put together again within the solidity of a narrative that is already anticipating Lepanto.
He underscored that a clear dividing line had to be drawn between clusters related to the competitiveness of the economy and fictitiously created clusters.
The three decentralized organizations are fictitiously labelled the Service to Citizen Agency (SCA), the Culture and Entertainment Agency (CEA) and the Natural Resource Production Agency (NRPA).
It's one of city's beautiful historic homes, and it was fictitiously blown up in the beginning of the movie "The Chamber.