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A fab lab could develop on design and fabricate PPE for the healthcare workers close by.
Fake and out-of-context screen shots, videos, and images Misinformation doesn’t have to be entirely fabricated.
Hi, yes, the station suspended Dorian Hargrove and Tom Jones and published a retraction acknowledging that Footnote 15 was fabricated.
Precise magnetic sensors are used in mineral prospecting and also to detect the firing of neurons in the human brain, as well as in fabricating new materials for data storage.
After the story published, though, the city attorney and the outside law firm responsible for drafting the document claimed that footnote was fabricated.
The project was part of a $61 million project funded by DARPA, but despite using industry-standard design processes the chip was still fabricated in a research lab rather than using industrial processes.
On the other hand, we must, in my opinion, consider it as a book fabricated to serve a particular purpose.
Sapazani, the ultra-conservative, had no use for assegais fabricated across the seas.
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This American claimant was a distant cousin, who had "somehow gotten hold of, or had fabricated a full set of documents."
The fraternity of thieves about London have fabricated cant names for the different articles which they steal.

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