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fal·si·fy

(fawlsi-fī)
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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ASTC, plus its owner Alan Fortich and his brother Alvaro, along with four others were indicted in August 2011 on charges of Enterprise Corruption, Scheme to Defraud, Offering a False Instrument for Filing, and Falsifying Business Records.
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au, Anwar Sayed was accused of falsifying student numbers at the Muslim Ladies College of Australia in Perth.
50 from her employer by unlawfully cashing 35 company checks by falsifying the books and forging the owner's name and another $2,420 by falsifying five entries in the books.
The former secretary began falsifying political funds reports at least 10 years ago and the falsified amounts totaled 350 million yen in the five years to 2008, the sources said.
THE former head of the Madeleine McCann police investigation was yesterday found guilty of falsifying evidence in a separate case.
The prosecution charged SM with falsifying information on the birth certificate of her baby and misleading the health authorities by claiming the infertile woman, AS, was the mother.
The counter manager had previously pleaded guilty to nine charges of theft and falsifying documents.
Smith-Jackson tried to cover his deception by switching tags on three cattle and falsifying movement records.
July 16 -- A dentist was fined $75,000 after pleading guilty to insurance fraud to get payments from insurance companies by falsifying dates of dental services.
A FORMER supervisor from Kings Norton is seeking compensation after claiming he was unfairly dismissed by a cleaning firm for allegedly falsifying the "cleaning times" of an employee.
Chi Yang, the CEO of SynPep, a provider of custom peptide synthesis and antibody research products, was indicted by a federal grand jury on 13 counts of mail fraud and false statements for falsifying the purity levels of the company's peptide products.