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cheat

Law the obtaining of another's property by fraudulent means
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Osmena said he was ranking well before the polls, but was allegedly cheated when Senate seats were sold at P50 million each.
class="MsoNormalThe truth is, he's a great father and had always been a great husband until he cheated. My friends say that if he cheated once, he could cheat again.
In the clip, the boys said they had cheated in the exam despite the measures taken by the government to curb the same.
He found that the thorough education at Princeton had no effect on how much students cheated. The ethical training was not fresh enough in the students' minds to change their behavior.
Ask the person who been cheated if it's been therapeutic?
Nixon, a man who cheated even at golf, you have to cheat to
In 1964 Bill Bowers conducted the first studies on academic cheating, revealing that 75% of respondents had cheated at least once in their lives (as cited in Blachnio & Weremko, 2011).
In June 2012, nearly 80 Air Force Academy cadets, taking a calculus test on their own time outside the classroom and unsupervised, were found to have cheated. They checked a website for the answers.