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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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In the big lecture halls, it's easy to cheat," UO general science major Lilee Hua said.
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).
These lovers do not feel a prick of conscience, and five out of ten would cheat more often if they could get away with it.
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 survey also finds that Indians cheat the most when their partners are not at home or are travelling.
The author first asks whether the decision to cheat is based on a rational cost-benefit analysis.
What nasty, immoral low-life pays a subscription to cheat on someone they're supposed to love.
The fact that academic cheating by students, hereafter cheating, is common suggests that, at least in some way, many students think that it is okay to cheat.
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Cheating in some instances is encouraged by family members who use the poor quality of instruction at schools as an excuse to justify why students cheat (see Rammah Al-Jubari's report, Yemen Times, July 2013).