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The first thing he had done was to make a frantic, hasty inspection of the boat hull, the faked cellar floor, the imitation stone.
THE TUNNEL UNDER THE WORLDFREDERIK POHL
Look at the Laughing Cavalier, and ask if it is not the man himself, as Hals saw and knew him, not a faked up hero?
SIX CENTURIES OF PAINTINGRANDALL DAVIES
"I faked that," broke in Rochester, before the clerk could make a disclaimer.
THE RED SEALNATALIE SUMNER LINCOLN
This bravery was a little faked, but I thought it best to keep as cool as possible, for Fatty was continually fuming and scolding.
TRAMPING WITH TRAMPSJOSIAH FLYNT
This story, which is pretty well known, is a faked one; but it affords us a good illustration.
ENGLISH AS WE SPEAK IT IN IRELANDP. W. JOYCE
The sensational papers write up this “international union,” and publish “faked” portraits of the bride and her noble spouse.
WORLDLY WAYS AND BYWAYSELIOT GREGORY
Under the guidance of the French firm, they acquire at vast expense, faked reproductions as historic furniture.
WORLDLY WAYS AND BYWAYSELIOT GREGORY
That faked demonstration that failed was certainly a bold stroke—so bold that it was foolhardy.
THE SKYLARK OF SPACEEDWARD ELMER SMITH AND LEE HAWKINS GARBY
It is better to have the best oil and use it sparingly if need be, than take any faked product just because it is cheap.
THE HEALTHY LIFE, VOL. V, NOS. 24-28VARIOUS
You cannot fool Nick Carter with any false move or faked story; I'm already sure of that.
WITH LINKS OF STEELNICHOLAS CARTER

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