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forger

n. a person who commits the crime of forgery, by making false documents or signatures. (See: forgery)

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The deserted counting-houses, with their secrets of books and papers locked up in chests and safes; the banking-houses, with their secrets of strong rooms and wells, the keys of which were in a very few secret pockets and a very few secret breasts; the secrets of all the dispersed grinders in the vast mill, among whom there were doubtless plunderers, forgers, and trust-betrayers of many sorts, whom the light of any day that dawned might reveal; he could have fancied that these things, in hiding, imparted a heaviness to the air.
This jail was a Noah's ark of the city's crime--there were murderers, "hold-up men" and burglars, embezzlers, counterfeiters and forgers, bigamists, "shoplifters," "confidence men," petty thieves and pickpockets, gamblers and procurers, brawlers, beggars, tramps and drunkards; they were black and white, old and young, Americans and natives of every nation under the sun.
He took the money which Athos offered to him, and after turning and turning it over and over in his hands, suddenly cried out that it was bad, and that he would have him and his companions arrested as forgers.
'I'd have engaged you,' he said, 'on the recommendation of a syndicate of forgers and three-card-trick men.'
Aside from the many driverless innovations in the works to improve labor optimization, contributing editor Gary Forger takes a closer look at on-board terminals and battery management systems, two relatively new technologies developed to maximize daily productivity and add to the connectivity element that's becoming so vital in modern fleet management.
Taking notice over immense complaints of citizens of Balochistan who deprived from their money by fake companies' forger DG NAB Balochistan directed NAB's investigation teams to collect data and keep close on companies involved in public forgery.
Professional forger David Henty insists he painted the artwork which experts believed to be an early version of the Spanish master's Seated Bather.
There are two automated rivals in the system: A forger and a detective.
We kickoff the issue with a look at the top challenges in the global supply chain by Gary Forger, SCMR s special projects editor.
Though the terms 'sex' and 'gender' are often used interchangeably by the average person, for neuroscientists, they mean different things, said Nancy Forger, lead researcher of the study.
In light of these findings the DC recommended the authorities concerned of the revenue department to exercise Peeda Act against the forger and recommended the local Anti-Corruption Establishment director to take legal action, as the criminal act of the Arazi Record Centre employee was evident from fictitious receipts and fake stamp of Bank of Punjab.
Rin Chupeco; THE HEART FORGER; Sourcebooks Fire (Children's: Young Adult Fiction) 17.99 ISBN: 9781492635857