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false

1. (esp of plants) superficially resembling the species specified
2. Music
a. (of a note, interval, etc.) out of tune
b. (of the interval of a perfect fourth or fifth) decreased by a semitone
c. (of a cadence) interrupted or imperfect

False

Nonfunctional architectural element; such as a false arch, false attic, false front, false window.

FALSE

A small, compiled extensible language with lambda abstractions by W. van Oortmerssen.

For Amiga.
References in classic literature ?
And did you find no passages tending to prove the danger and the falsity of such a belief?'
Maggie's lips trembled; she felt there was some truth in what Philip said, and yet there was a deeper consciousness that, for any immediate application it had to her conduct, it was no better than falsity. Her double impression corresponded to the double impulse of the speaker.
We have seen that groundingfacts must include non-alethic facts, that is, facts that have nothing to do with truth and falsity of sentences or propositions, like the fact that snow is white.
T, F, U, C are subsets of [0, 1], instead of symbols; This logic generalizes Belnap's logic since one gets a degree of truth, a degree of falsity, a degree of unknown, and a degree of contradiction.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of Iran's Basij (volunteer) Force Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Naqdi underlined that the recent discovery of chemical weapons at Tunisia's bordering areas proved the falsity of the western states' claims that President Bashar al-Assad's government has used such weapons.
TKW suggests a more essential struggle between inertial power (the ultimate of false falsities, coded in and then perpetuated by space) and constant disruption (a truthful falsity).
In this world up is down, black is white, truth is falsity.
The falsity of the story is undisputed," said Judge Marc Kantrowitz in the decision, according to AFP.
In the face of these competing imaginations Barber proposes the act of fabulation, which "names the capacity to tell a story that outstrips the criteria that would decide on its truth or falsity" (200).
Who fearful of falsity, or of rejection Never tested tenderness, nor now can ever know Were my true love I walk and talk with others among scenes Till now unvisited but once to her as close As home.
Maliki added that "they assert, through these crimes, their true identity and reveal the falsity of the allegations made here and there, talking about the existence of the so-called rebels or others among their them."
To suggest that God is a falsity, without men's science, to prove it, shows such an arrogance.