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fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn),
Telling false tales as true; for example, the malingering of symptoms or illness or feigning an incorrect response or calculation during a psychological or mental status examination.

fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn)
Telling false tales as true; e.g., the malingering of symptoms or illness or feigning an incorrect response during a mental status examination.

fab·ri·ca·tion

(fab'ri-kā'shŭn)
1. Manufacture or crafting of dentures, appliances, and other forms of oral prostheses.
2. Telling false tales as true; e.g., malingering of symptoms or illness calculation during examination.
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Ghabash's father went on to say his son had intentionally left gaps in fabricating the evidence against Itani so security forces could discover the false nature of the case.
This essay not only further illuminates Fabricating the People but place this book within the context of Catlaw's subsequent writings.
Target: dustrial Machinery Digest ; Total Industrial Plant Solutions; Fabricating & Metalworking
As to the next IMTS in 2010, AMT will recommend that prospective exhibiting companies with forming, fabricating, laser, and welding/joining technology participate in the Fabtech.
The company said that editorial will focus on the latest developments in "areas critical to the future of fabricating and forming," including innovations in product development, operations and production.
ITEM: "Beijing has hit back at the U.S., accusing the Pentagon and a congressional commission of fabricating a 'China threat' and warning that one of the biggest risks faced by China was continuing U.S.
Adding a third and fourth junction to each stack will be the next step toward the goal of fabricating and observing steps in 50-junction stacks in order to create a 2 mm long lumped array with 50 [omega] impedance.
Nearly four months after a graduate student at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism was accused of fabricating sources in 17 news stories, the school's faculty overwhelmingly approved an honor pledge that students will be required to sign upon admission to the journalism school.
"Attention to detail," says the founder and president of Stainless Steel Technology, is what's kept the company he bankrolled with his pension constantly expanding from a small metal fabricating shop operating out of a garage in 1984 to a company now employing 25.
Most private companies do not produce their own raw unfabricated glass, but instead operate solely as second tier manufacturers, fabricating value-added glass products.
"Tangible personal property" purchased for use by a "qualified person" to be used primarily in any stage of the manufacturing, processing, refining, fabricating, or recycling of property, beginning at the point that raw materials are received by the qualified person and introduced into the process and ending at the point at which the property has been altered to its completed form, including packaging, if required.(10) The regulation provides guidance on when raw materials will be considered to have been introduced into the process,(11) and also sets forth a definition of "packaging."(12)
During the latter part of the 1980's, some 2,500 structural metal fabricators, employing nearly 80,000 workers, competed in a $9 billion market for their products.(2) Seven major centers for fabricated structural metal manufacturing the States of Alabama, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia accounted for two-fifths of total employment in this industry.(1) Small establishments (fewer than 20 workers) continued to be numerically important in fabricating structural metal, constituting a clear majority of the industry's total plants; they were, however, but a fraction (about one eighth) of its total employment.

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