fraudulence

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But her fraudulence is more to be apprehended than her force.

This trade can scarce be called an imposition; it has been so blown upon with exposures; it flaunts its fraudulence so nakedly.

These were not men to take advantage of the impressions they produced, and to gain a subsistence by art and fraudulence.

The physician sending in this material asked us to send to Lippincotts a pamphlet showing the fraudulence of the Oxydonor.

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