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Sports medicine Slang for the use of ancillary muscles to achieve a particular movement—e.g., bench presses—because the muscle group normally used for the movement has been overloaded
Vox populi The use of subterfuge, deceit or fraud in one’s interpersonal or business interactions
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Existing research has found higher levels of cheating in online classes (Lanier, 2006).
One of the first papers to consider cheating in contests was Berentsen (2002).
Also on the list of shame include Morocco with 30 cheats, China with 28, the USA with 17 and Kenya's neighbouring rivals Ethiopia with 12 cheating athletes.
Lopez doesn't seem phased by the cheating rumors as she spoke about her relationship with Rodriguez on "The Breakfast Club," saying, "It doesn't matter, I know what the truth is.
Should he clinch a Senate seat in the coming May midterm polls, Osmena said he would launch a Senate probe on the supposed cheating in the 2016 elections.
He directed all deputy commissioner and other concerned officials to visit examination centreand take action against those who were encouraging cheating in the examination.
However, he said despite the ban, the shopkeepers continued to sell the cheating material.
Under the cheating condition, however, they reported seven correct answers on average.
(1986) find that cheaters have higher neutralization scores than non-cheaters and conclude that neutralization "is fundamental to cheating." Murdock et al.
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WASHINGTON -- At least 34 sailors are being kicked out of the Navy for their roles in a cheating ring that operated undetected for at least seven years at a nuclear power training site, and 10 others are under criminal investigation, the admiral in charge of the Navy's nuclear reactors program told The Associated Press.