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fal·si·fy

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The deliberate action of telling, writing, or documenting information that is inaccurate or incomplete.
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falsify,

v to forge; to give a false appearance to anything, as to falsify a record.
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According to the pleas involving the Enterprise Corruption and Falsifying Business Records charges, ASTC was hired by contractors, engineers, architects, and others to perform tests and inspections relating to concrete strength and quality as mandated by the New York City Building Code.
Asked about his motives for falsifying the reports, the secretary recently told prosecutors that he wanted to show Hatoyama is a ''politician who receives support widely from people in Japan,'' according to the sources.
He was found guilty of falsifying evidence to help cover up for three of his officers accused of torture.
22 from the account of her mother-in-law - and three of falsifying documents to be considered.
He was sacked for allegedly falsifying company paperwork and time sheets, the tribunal was told.
6 billion yen in fiscal 2002 on a consolidated basis and issued falsified financial statements showing excess assets, while Tokumi played a role only in falsifying the fiscal 2001 financial report, according to the indictment.
Yanase is suspected of falsifying the weights of the railway track maintenance vehicles between 1994 and 2000 by replacing steel wheels with plastic ones before inspections.
Bits of the author's biography, the ritual and questionable rhetoric of the North American Baby Shower, and much more pour raw emotion onto the page, with no falsifying or prettying of harsh realities.
A Saugus, CA based plastics manufacturer pleaded guilty last month to felony charges of conspiracy, falsifying records, and illegal disposal of waste.
In many other cases, however, gun dealers eager to make an extra buck simply sell firearms to anyone who wants them, skipping background checks and falsifying paperwork to cover their tracks.
A former Logan International Airport employee has been sentenced to one year of probation after falsifying information to obtain employment at the airport.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Attorneys representing four officials from Iowa Central Community College in Fort Dodge said charges of falsifying transcripts should be dropped because the officials are authorized to make or alter such records.