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The finding suggests that Earth’s earliest rocks may contain abundant tiny fakers — minuscule objects masquerading as fossilized evidence of early life — researchers report online January 28 in Geology.
FOSSIL MIMICS MAY BE MORE COMMON IN ANCIENT ROCKS THAN ACTUAL FOSSILSCAROLYN GRAMLINGFEBRUARY 9, 2021SCIENCE NEWS
It is interesting as showing the patent medicine faker's touching confidence in the power of advertising.
AVERAGE JONESSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
You see, it doesn't work; and anybody who claims it does is a faker and a liar.
SENSE FROM THOUGHT DIVIDEMARK IRVIN CLIFTON
The same group of shillabers were constantly circulating from one faker to the other, and as constantly investing.
BACK HOMEIRVIN S. COBB
Why, you dirty faker you, what the devil you are coming round here bluffing that you want to buy a dress for your wife for?
ELKAN LUBLINER, AMERICANMONTAGUE GLASS
I am one of a throng surrounding a smooth-handed faker who is selling prize boxes of soap and giving away dollars.
A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
But in earthenware the majority of marks were impressed in the ware and this cheats the "faker" of his quarry.
CHATS ON OLD EARTHENWAREARTHUR HAYDEN
The stronghold of the religious faker is that the people who follow him believe in him implicitly.
TWENTY YEARS A DETECTIVE IN THE WICKEDEST CITY IN THE WORLDCLIFTON R. WOOLDRIDGE
And when she found out you was a faker she set out to sue you for her money back.
PHILO GUBB CORRESPONDENCE-SCHOOL DETECTIVEELLIS PARKER BUTLER
The “faker” is not the mere mischievous wag of the farm-house or the country shop.
THE CLYDE MYSTERYANDREW LANG

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