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deception

[di′sep·shən]
(electronics)
The deliberate radiation, reradiation, alteration, absorption, or reflection of electromagnetic energy in a manner intended to mislead an enemy in the interpretation of information received by his electronic systems.
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He used it last November to describe former police officer Mark Rojas, but in a nifty bit of wordplay also managed to slime the T&G: "The only thing more slanderous and mendacious than Rojas is the Worcester Telegram and Gazette's propensity for giving the disgruntled and discredited a public forum for their unsubstantiated and fabricated innuendo.
Ideally, according to the author, "students may be shocked by the record of tendentious, mendacious news coverage they find here, and led to ask, Why?
One North East has meekly accepted Lord Meddlesome's mendacious millions for a plaster to put on the deep wound inflicted on Teesside industry, a sore that will endure for the foreseeable future.
Certainly it will take a while for the mendacious sediment of the campaign to be filtered away.
Set against the carefree way that the government is nows pen dinghun dreds of billions of pounds of taxpayers' money in an attempt to prop up the financial system, hospital car parking charges are exposed as nothing more than a mean-spirited mendacious method of fleecing vulnerable people and dedicated medical professionals.
Yes, I am a debouched, mendacious, drunken, smug hypocrite and a drain on public resources.
The Iranian nation`s participation in the election should be regarded as the symbol of democracy which the mendacious western media regard as vanished in Iran.
However, those who value only power are not impressed, especially because Poles have failed to create a discourse in English that would counter so many mendacious or simply ignorant books and opinions circulating in America.
Powell or Egypt's Hosni Mubarak -- have discovered that such assurances are not only worthless but deliberately mendacious.
This act of Orwellian "rectification" served as the basis for an amicus brief filed by the mendacious Republican senators in the case of Hamdan v.
Michael Moore is a mendacious boor, but he is hardly a terrorist or a bin Laden sympathizer, nor are the leaders or funders of MoveOn.
But had he stood up to the mendacious PC establishment, his ritual sacrifice might have possessed a certain tragic dignity.