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fake

Nautical
one round of a coil of rope

fake

[fāk]
(naval architecture)
To lay a rope or chain down in long bights side by side or in coils in regular order.
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'I am just among the many victims of fake news populating Youtube.
MONEY IN CARAt the same time, Mr Wambugu said a man was arrested at Kabati Police Station after Sh892,000 fake old generation notes were found in his car.The police boss said the suspect had been summoned to by police following allegations that he was connected to a cow theft syndicate.
The sources said that they both were allegedly fake degree holders.
Muhammad Usman said that the use of fake carbonated drinks causes cancer, stomach ulcer and other diseases.
She also emphasized that fake news reduce trust of the citizens in truly democratic institutions, which there are very few of in the world today and that destabilization of institutions is one of the main targets of non-democratic countries.
The fake currency notes were all of the denomination of Rs 2,000.
Last night in one such incident at a shoe store on saddar road, Peshawar, a fake note of Rs1000 was received.
According to Justice Gafai, the court had granted Anton Piller order to ASCO Investment Limited, Nigerian representative of SC Johnson, makers of Kiwi polish to search premises and markets to seize fake kiwi products without prior warning.
This was stated by speakers inducing international experts in a three-day international conference on 'Fake News and Facts in our Region' organised by Institute of Regional Studies (IRS).
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has taken an active and aggressive stance against cracking down on suspected fake news during its eight months in power, even creating a Fake News Buster Twitter account to share stories it claims are 'fake'.
Last month, the senior PPP leader had rejected the rumours of leaving the party in the wake of fake tweets from the accounts, which he termed as fake.
At the same time, the number of fake coins increased, according to the latest data from the National Bank of Slovakia (NBS), the country's central bank.