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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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He cheats in all things because he knows he will lose if he has to play by the rules.
So, the government has to take an action for the sake of innocent students who got less marks though they did not cheat.
Singh, 45, used to pretend to be an employee at the SDM office in Laxmi Nagar and cheat people by taking money from them on the pretext of selling them the old vehicles lying in the SDM office, police said.
Due to the poor education system, students cheat in exams.
Seventy-six percent said they had cheated on tests.'
class="MsoNormalTHERE IS NOTHING TO GLORIFY class="MsoNormalIn my experience, people do not cheat because of the things that their partners do or fail to do.
* Take-Two Interactive won a default judgement against the cheat creator.
Leah Hanson wrote: If they cheat with you, they'll cheat on you.
The student who got the text then made a cheat sheet from those answers and distributed it to more than 30 classmates (most of whom were caught and suspended).
Diverse types of cheat apps for the location-based mobile game are gaining popularity among gamers as they crack into servers to get an unauthorized competitive edge.
The result is a collection of surprising anecdotes about how frequently people cheat and what drives them to do so (thankfully, the incriminating evidence of our tendency toward cheating applies only to "other people," not the reader).