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Word: falsify

Definition: make (something written) false by changing


Sentences Containing 'falsify'

Carcetti pressures Daniels to falsify crime statistics to aid his campaign.
Charges included fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud, falsifying documents and conspiracy to falsify documents, and money laundering.
Collier, deputy Johnson, David "Dink" Allen, attorney Robert "Bob" Holman, Jack Wilkins, W. R. Benedict, county attorney Phlete A. Martin, deputy tax collector John Levell, constable Marion A. Wallace (the dead sheriff's nephew), Wil Hollis, William Bee Williams, Richard "Dick" Cook, deputy sheriff Eugene Logan, constable Sam Waggoner, Clint Rutherford, and Verna Wilkerson would all be charged with conspiring to falsify a case against the Marlow brothers, conspiring to kill the Marlow brothers in an ambush, and murdering Alfred and Lewellyn Marlow while they were in the protective custody of a United States Marshal. Although only Cook, Hollis, Levell, Logan, Rutherford, Waggoner, Wallace, Wilkerson, and Williams, would go forward to trial. John William "Bee" Williams and Thomas B Collier (typhoid fever) died while in jail in mid-January 1891.
Commissioner Burrell continues to falsify crime statistics and is fired by Carcetti, who positions Daniels to replace him.
In addition, Norbourg hired a computer specialist to falsify reports to Northern Trust, whose Toronto office was asset custodian for the Norbourg and Evolution funds.
In order to do this, it was necessary to falsify records to make it appear that her Jewish father was not her biological father.
One example of the sometimes complicated process needed to falsify identification papers involved Emmy Elffers, a photographer.
Yet on his return to Epirus he had the audacity to falsify the senate's sentence.

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