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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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According to Professor Imer Ismaili, the problem is more profound and directly connected with the mentality of our society and due to the mystification of leaders, liberal ideas cannot be expected.
For each country, contributors address a range of questions, including the relationship of the amending procedure to the type and substance of constitution, the effect of demanding amending procedures on constitutional devaluation and mystification, whether amending procedures achieve the goals they are designed to serve (i.
The typical response is slack jawed mystification as the owner attempts to formulate a response.
Then there was mystification at name changes that left them unsure whether to refer to Saint Laurent Paris, Saint Laurent or Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane.
And her favorite English author is John Fowles, a master of mystification in modern literature.
Given that Henke is well versed in not only the auto industry but in assessing survey results (Planning Perspectives has been doing this sort of thing since 1990), this mystification (which may be unraveled by now, as he was going to be diving deeper into the results to try to find out what happened) is profound.
Mais elles ne peuvent pas etre des tours de passe-passe ou des mystifications et hier (parlant de jeudi) c'etait une mystification", a reagi Francois Hollande sur France Inter.
From another side, we refuse Alfa's intentional neutral position which has directly contributed to the mystification of truth and to the uncover of Tarek's innocence.
Court sources have expressed their mystification over the fact that the arrested culprits had been produced in court in a rather silent way without much fanfare, which was quite unusual, in face of enormity of situation.
Third, I will trace the origin of Finn's mystification to his borrowing from modern sociology in my discussion of "methodological individualism" below.
At long last, the English-speaking reader is spared the unnecessary mystification of the word Dasein.
I also feel that medical professionals' stating that non-medical staff "don't understand" things can at times be used to consolidate power through mystification of certain types of basic knowledge that are more accessible than we might think.