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fal·si·fy

(fawlsi-fī)
The deliberate action of telling, writing, or documenting information that is inaccurate or incomplete.
See also: falsification
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Eldred Tabachnik QC, president of the Board of Deputies of British Jews, said: "The decision proves that David Irving is a falsifier of history."
The author, who questions the number of Jewish dead and denies the systematic extermination of Jews in concentration camp gas chambers, has been accused by the defendants of being "a liar and a falsifier of history".
Et pour cause, ces billets sont, selon lui, facile a falsifier. Il a precise que ces nouveaux billets refleteront le developpement economique et l'image moderne de l'Algerie.
They've shared stages with the likes of Oceano, Slaughter to Prevail, and Falsifier, and their most recent release, This is the Day!, is their most focused and furious material yet.
Loin d'assurer, Mimou va, avec l'aide de son oncle, un jeune revolutionnaire pour qui le changement politique est le but ultime, falsifier ses releves de notes afin de ne pas decevoir son pere.
Puis, s'exprimant au sujet de la presidentielle de mars devant ses partisans du Front populaire --un rassemblement de partis, de syndicats et d'associations pro-pouvoir-- il a assure ne pas avoir besoin de falsifier ce scrutin pour le remporter.
The defendants have accused him of being a "liar and a falsifier of history".
The truth is, however, that he is not a historian but a falsifier of history.