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falsification

  1. the empirical disproofor refutation of a scientific hypothesis or proposed law. In this general sense, the falsification or the empirical confirmation or verification of propositions of all types is a routine feature of much sociology.
  2. (more strictly) an alternative procedure to VERIFICATION. See FALSIFICATIONISM. see also VERIFICATION PRINCIPLE.
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He is facing two counts of graft and six counts of falsification of public documents alongside his father, former Vice President Jejomar (Jojo) Binay, who has been slapped with nine counts of falsification of public documents, one count of malversation, and four counts of graft.
Ombudsman prosecutors filed four counts of violation of the Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act and three counts of falsification against the Binays in the Sandiganbayan.
Abdelnour reiterated the importance of coordination between the two countries to set up strategies for unveiling the falsification of the hostile media outlets which participated in shedding the blood of the Syrian people.
Ila ete retenu a leur encontre les chefs d'accusation de falsification de contrats et d'exploitation par un fonctionnaire de sa qualite et de ce fait se procure a lui-meme ou procure a un tiers un avantage injustifie ou cause un prejudice a l'administration.
A reading of the facts alleged in the Information reveals that Akihiro is being charged not with simple estafa but with the complex crime of estafa through falsification of public documents.
Subaru, a subsidiary of Fuji Heavy Industries (TYO: 7270), has begun an internal investigation into possible falsification of vehicle mileage data during final inspection, potentially affecting fuel efficiency information.
The top officer repeated assertions there is no evidence senior Garda management knew about the widespread falsification of breath test data.
If convicted, Davis could be sentenced to a maximum of two years in the state penitentiary and fined up to $3,000 for each count of falsification of tax returns.
Especially relevant are the falsification of small details of the image: codes, numbers and other information in the image, obscuring the details on the faces (moles, wrinkles, scratches), etc.
Le tribunal criminel d'Alger a prononce, jeudi dernier, des peines allant de l'acquittement jusqu'a 20 ans de prison ferme a l'encontre de 21 individus poursuivis pour falsification de sceaux de la DGSN et des ministeres de la Defense et de la Justice et falsification d'ecritures administratives.
Because if we allow a falsification of the census again, it will mean further suppression of the constitutional-legal status of the Macedonian people in Macedonia, Naunovski comments.
Nurses Jade Pugh, 29 and Natalie Jones, 40, are facing charges of wilful neglect relating to the treatment of hospital patients and alleged falsification of medical records at Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend.