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cheat

Law the obtaining of another's property by fraudulent means
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(2010) Cheating in the digital age: Do students cheat more in online courses?
In our model, cheating is deterred through a random audit or inspection process.
Because a person became a doctor by cheating, how he can be trusted.
According to the latest AIU report, Kenya worryingly produced the third highest number of cheating athletes only lower than suspended Russia 87 and India 42 in second.
It is crystal clear that cheating in exams destroys the futures of students.
Teachers should also help by setting up the classroom in a way that cheating isn't possible.
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'Cheating. The goddamned Comelec [Commission on Elections] cheated me,' Osmena said when asked about a major problem in 2016 over an interview with ANC's Early Edition.
class="MsoNormalThese past few weeks, there have been quite a number of instances of women caught cheating by their partners.
Secretary Education was visiting examination centers across the province on the derivatives of the Chief Minister Jam Kamal Kahn who had taken serious notice of the reports about the cheating in the metric's examination.
Perez was accused of copyright infringement by creating and distributing the cheating tool that could be used to cheat and bully or interfere with other players' gameplay.