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Bill and Donna Frese have been married for 62 years, and he figured out a way to dupe his wife a long time ago.
Although there are growing concerns on Capitol Hill about Republicans spreading misinformation on the topics they oversee, a long list of lawmakers have previously been duped by satirical news stories.
On Tuesday, Popeyes rolled out the fried flounder sandwich that was all but a dupe for its greatest hit, swapping in a fish filet in place of poultry.
But Mr. Howard, dupe or rogue, was extremely busy in publishing to the world the particulars of this extraordinary case.
He knows when a sentiment is simple and when it is complex, when the heart is a dupe of the mind and when of the senses.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
Had my spirit really been transported to the planet Mars, or had I been the dupe of a purely imaginary illusion?
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
He imagined himself the dupe of one of those mirages which he had more than once beheld when in his dreamy moods.
Whoever does not know this and is a Socialist, that man is merely one of the herd or he is a dupe.
THE NEW SOCIETYWALTHER RATHENAU
Yes; Mrs. Horncastle was right: she had been only a miserable dupe.
Had she been as great a dupe of this woman as the husband before her?

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