designed to deceive

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THE revelation that as many as 11m diesel vehicles have been fitted with software designed to deceive emissions testers has dealt a hammer blow not just to Volkswagen's reputation but to the entire German nation brand, it is claimed.
Cameron's claim to let in 20,000 Syrians over five years is a silly claim designed to deceive the British people.
TeslaCrypt, a hunter of gamers, is designed to deceive and intimidate users.
Furthermore the quality and safety of the products cannot be guaranteed as they are designed to deceive and often use inferior ingredients.
She added his comments about the issue of equality being a Trojan horse, a gift designed to deceive, were revealing.
Part of this activity involves the use of General George Patton and his command of a phony army designed to deceive the Germans into believing he will lead the invasion against Calais.
Lutz has identified a long successful political tactic, masterminded by the Soviet Comintern and designed to deceive kind-hearted individuals the world over.
Treasury spokesman said: "We will continue to expose NITC and IRISL's ongoing business practices designed to deceive the international community and evade sanctions.
These operations are a clear example of NITC s ongoing business practices designed to deceive the international community and evade sanctions.
Deputy assistant commissioner Stuart Osborne said: "Hasan Aydemir had clearly gone to great lengths to make a realistic looking hoax device, which was designed to deceive anyone seeing it into thinking that it was a bomb.
His dishonesty was repeated, pre-meditated, covered up and designed to deceive those investigating his conduct.
He had recently engaged the company and found its practices unseemly and designed to deceive.