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TO DECEIVE. To induce another either by words or actions, to take that for true which is not so. Wolff, Inst. Nat. Sec. 356.

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"The Zionist regime, will, undoubtedly collapse one day" and "the front which is against us deceivably calls itself an international community, but actually the U.S.
The stretch is around 390 yards, and is deceivably testing.