false form

false form

[¦fȯls ′fȯrm]
(mineralogy)
References in classic literature ?
And you said further, that if this was the true form, then the others were false; and of the false forms, you said, as I remember, that there were four principal ones, and that their defects, and the defects of the individuals corresponding to them, were worth examining.
A false form of meta-expertise is readily found in what Collins calls citizen skeptics.
False form, for Panayiotou, is an end to form, or at least a move beyond form as it is defined by substance.
Another fraudulent scheme involves use of false Form 1099 refund claims.
The couple admitted forging a Land Registry Transfer purported to be signed by Annie Martin and of using that false form to induce the Land Registry to accept it as genuine on December 17, 1997, and again on January 25, 2000.
Zryan Mohammed Khedir, 31, of George Eliot Road, Foleshill, was charged with using a false form with the intention of inducing the Department For Work and Pensions.
This is also a false form of motherhood because mothers aren't unambiguously loved.
Not only is this thinking like a man, according to Kay, but "it is a false form of consciousness that fails to assess women's enslavement to the motor vehicle.
AFS prepared false Forms 1099-OID that reported an amount equal to the clients debts as income and the same amount as income tax withheld, resulting in significant income tax refunds to which the clients were not entitled.
The distinction can be drawn only by a dialectical mode of inquiry in which philosophical thought discovers a standard independent of itself by reference to which its true and false forms can be distinguished.