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falsification

 [fawl″sĭ-fĭ-ka´shun]
a deliberate misstatement or misrepresentation.
retrospective falsification unconscious distortion of memories of past experiences to conform to present emotional needs.

fal·si·fi·ca·tion

(fawl'si-fi-kā'shŭn),
The deliberate act of misrepresentation so as to deceive. See: Munchausen syndrome.
[L. falsus, false, + facio, to make]

falsification

/fal·si·fi·ca·tion/ (fawl″sĭ-fĭ-ka´shun) lying.
retrospective falsification  unconscious distortion of past experiences to conform to present emotional needs.

fal·si·fi·ca·tion

(fawl'si-fi-kā'shŭn)
The deliberate act of misrepresentation so as to deceive.
[L. falsus, false, + facio, to make]

fal·si·fi·ca·tion

(fawl'si-fi-kā'shŭn)
Deliberate act of misrepresentation so as to deceive.
[L. falsus, false, + facio, to make]

falsification

a deliberate misstatement or misrepresentation.
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Just before Seibu Railway made the falsification public, Kokudo is also known to have sold a large number of Seibu Railway shares to some of its business partners, and Tsutsumi is alleged to have asked the partners to buy them.
The NII report says falsification of MOX fuel data has been going on secretly since 1996, and that the management culture at the MOX Demonstration Facility at Sellafield, northwest England, allowed falsification of quality assurance data to take place, according to the newspaper.
The chief inspector of nuclear installations, Laurence Williams, said the falsifications would not have occurred if there had been a "proper safety culture" at BNFL's Sellafield plant in northwest England, where he said data relating to 31 batches of nuclear fuel all produced for Japan had been falsified.
The move comes after Nikko Cordial corrected its fiscal 2004 and 2005 earnings in December when the nation's third-largest brokerage admitted to falsification of its financial statements by utilizing one of the special purpose companies in the group.
a unit of the Seibu Railway group, also met heavy selling on the TSE's Second Section due to its announcement last month that it had found similar falsification concerning stockholders' information.
Explaining his decision to reduce the damages payout, the judge said the falsification should be blamed for around 15 percent of the fall from the stock's closing price of 1,081 yen just before the revelation.
will further cut remuneration for its president, chairman and three other executives over the falsification by employees of test data of equipment used in power plants, it said Thursday.
Seibu Railway revealed the falsification of financial data in October 2004 and was delisted two months later.
Taylor, a resident of Fullerton, entered his plea in Los Angeles Superior Court to three counts of falsification of public records after prosecutors agreed to dismiss 94 other counts.
TEPCO) dismissed one employee and punished eight others Wednesday over data falsification of a crucial safety feature at one of its nuclear reactor facilities.
Lowery on three counts of theft by deception and 37 counts each of unsworn falsification and tampering with public records.
External auditors must verify that controls are in place to ensure that processing is accurate and no falsification of accounting information is possible.