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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.

fabrication

[fab′rikā′shən]
a psychological reaction in which false statements are contrived to mask memory defects. It is a clinical feature of Korsakoff's syndrome and other disorders. See also confabulation.

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.

fabrication

breaking down of a carcass of meat into consumer cuts or boned meat.
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Individually, and collectively, these papers not only enhance our understanding of Fabricating the People but raise agenda setting issues for public administration theory and public administration practice.

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