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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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The residents in March 2017 saying that they are businessmen attempted to deceive the Embassy workers.
Simulation is more likely in cases where a player attempts to deceive the referee when no contact occurred between the palyers.
He added that in elections, only those promises should be made to each other and the public that could be implemented, otherwise "you deceive your own constituents.
PESHAWAR -- Central Leader of JUI, Haji Ghulam Ali Monday criticized PTI saying the party has failed to deliver as its leadership has adopted a policy to deceive people by raising misleading slogans.
In a statement, the FA said: "Although attempts to deceive the referee by feigning injury or pretending to have been fouled is a cautionable offence for unsporting behaviour, the fact that the act of simulation has succeeded in deceiving a match official and, therefore, led to a penalty and/or dismissal, justifies a more severe penalty which would act as a deterrent.
TIMERGARA -- The Paksitan Muslim League Nawaz leader and former provincial minister Abdul Subhan on Saturday said the opposition parties could not deceive people of the country on the issue of terms of references (TOR).
To "successfully deceive others," he argues, "these leaders needed to deceive themselves, at least in some measure" (p.
Nsikan Akpan reported in "Goalkeepers deceive themselves" (SN: 9/6/14, p.
from Smethwick, even staged a mock "arrest" as he continued to deceive his victim.
We do not deceive people, we simply try to correctly estimate the available potential.
This is a classic attempt to deceive the resident into either changing his energy supplier without his knowledge or consent or to hand over personal information that could be used for identity theft.
At-taqiyah, which in the Muslim world means to deceive or lie and many other things, is being used extensively by Shi'ite Islamists in Iran, Iraq and elsewhere.