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DARK TOWER
UNDISCLOSED HEIRS
INFLUENCE
SUCCESSFUL
HELP
EMBEZZLEMENT
CRIMES
GUARD
TRANSLATION
EDITOR
PAPER
ENTIRELY
OCTOBER
MEETING
ATTACKER
SELLER
TITLE INSURANCE
COURT
PRISON
DISPUTE
DEFECTS
PROBLEMS
PROTOCOLS
DOCUMENTS
BOOK
CLEVER
EUROPE
TYPEWRITER
ROBBERY
THEFT
AUTHENTICATION
DIGITAL SIGNATURES
HOWARD HUGHES
POSTAGE STAMP
SEVERAL SCHOLARS
SEPTEMBER 1937
LETTER
RESULT
MESSAGE
SENDER
DIARY
COUNTERFEIT
FORGE
CANCELLATIONS
SIGNATURE
DOCUMENT
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Forgery"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. The forgery is proven by absuridities of content (for example grossly exaggerated numbers of Jews living in Europe), as well as formal errors.
  2. Message forgery is the sending of a message trying to deceive the recipient as to whom the real sender is.
  3. Fraud and forgery are examples of hidden title hazards that can remain undetected until after a closing despite the most careful precautions.
  4. To create a forgery, the attacker picks a random signature σ and uses the verification procedure to determine the message m corresponding to that signature.
  5. To prevent forgery, the stamps had watermarks of a small crown on the back and they were printed on large sheets each containing 240 stamps.

Dark Tower

  1. However, some have argued that The Dark Tower is a forgery.

Undisclosed Heirs

  1. A title search can't determine issues such as undisclosed heirs, fraud and forgery and defective documents.

Influence

  1. Critics widely dismiss the Malachy prophecy as a forgery and possible propaganda meant to influence a 16th century conclave.

Successful

  1. Forgeries of Vermeer's work have been frequent, Hans van Meegeren's being the most successful (see forgery, in art).

Help

  1. A group of researchers, among whom were also three paleontologists, proved the forgery one year later with the help of X-ray computed tomography.

Embezzlement

  1. Koch was arrested in August 1943 by the Gestapo for forgery, embezzlement, mismanagement, and insubordination.

Crimes

  1. Thus intemperance, unchastity, duplicity, etc., are vices; while murder, forgery, etc., which spring from the indulgence of selfish passions, are crimes.

Guard

  1. This site is designed to help you detect counterfeit currency and guard against forgery loss.

Translation

  1. Breda made a translation, declared it to be a forgery and forwarded copies to linguists in Scandinavia.

Editor

  1. Indeed, Mazzino Montinari, the editor of Nietzsche's Nachlass, called it a forgery in The 'Will to Power' does not exist.

Paper

  1. The rest of this paper gives the precise reasons why all orthodox Muslims and Christians should agree that the Gospel of Barnabas is a Medieval forgery.

Entirely

  1. To consider it a forgery is to disregard entirely the judgment of Quintilian, [18] who takes its genuineness for granted.

October

  1. On October 1, 1992, Kerry Von Erich was sentenced to 6 felony counts of prescription forgery.

Meeting

  1. The United States branded the document a forgery, but UNITA's representative in Washington would neither confirm nor deny that the meeting took place.

Attacker

  1. Concealment: IP address forgery is commonly used to conceal the identity of an attacker, especially when denial of services is the goal of the attack.

Seller

  1. An attorney would not be responsible for the fraud or forgery of a seller.

Title Insurance

  1. Title insurance covers property line disputes, easements, bad appraisals, fraud and forgery.

Court

  1. In 2004, Dallay was convicted by a court of justice of forgery and unfair competition for the use of Yvert numbering system which was first used in 1895.

Prison

  1. February - Vrain Denis-Lucas in sentenced for two years in prison for multiple forgery in Paris.

Dispute

  1. Scholars are in dispute about whether Rashid al-Din's Letters are a forgery or not.

Defects

  1. Examples of such defects are: improper legal description due to clerical errors, undisclosed heirs, signing by anyone without authority, and forgery.

Problems

  1. Defects or problems could include fraud, forgery, unknown heirs, liens and encroaching neighbors.

Protocols

  1. Where CBC-MAC is already deployed, careful consideration should be given to the protocols in use to determine the risks of successful forgery.

Documents

  1. The tradition originated to avoid forgery of documents, but today merely is a symbol of the end of the pope's reign.
  2. The entire Swissair management board stand facing criminal charges of mismanagement, false statements, and forgery of documents.

Book

  1. In 1938 in Paris he published a book, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion: A Proved Forgery, based on his testimony.
  2. Nearly all scholars, however, agree that the Book of Veles is a forgery, and that Proto-Slavonic was not a written language.

Clever

  1. Those involved in real estate fraud and forgery can be clever and persistent.

Europe

  1. However, after he committed forgery to try to obtain an inheritance, he barely escaped France with his life, and was hounded by Philip throughout Europe.

Typewriter

  1. Lane sought to show that (1) forgery by typewriter was feasible and (2) such forgery had occurred in the Hiss case.

Robbery

  1. Felony examples include burglary, robbery (taking by force), forgery (passing a phony check for example), and arson.

Theft

  1. Art Schlichter, a former Ohio State quarterback, is in prison in Indiana for violating his probation from a 1997 conviction for forgery and theft.

Authentication

  1. The antonym of authentication is forgery.

Digital Signatures

  1. It was designed to prevent the interception and forgery of E-mail by using encryption and digital signatures.

Howard Hughes

  1. January 3 - BBC Open University commences January 7 - Howard Hughes breaks his silence to announce that his supposed biography is a forgery.

Postage Stamp

  1. Forgery. A fraudulent reproduction of a postage stamp or cover.

Several Scholars

  1. During the 19th and 20th centuries, several scholars asserted that Asser's biography of King Alfred was not authentic but a forgery.

September 1937

  1. Bredius examined the forgery in September 1937,[19] and despite some initial doubts he accepted it as a genuine Vermeer and praised it highly.

Letter

  1. Unfortunately, Jin made a mistake with the seal on the letter, and the forgery was exposed by Huang Wenbing.
  2. The letter was probably a forgery, but it enabled right-wing politicians to claim that British Labour and Russian Bolsheviks were making common cause.

Result

  1. In May, 2000 she resigned as a result of a dispute with scholastic chess organizer Richard Peterson involving mutual accusations of forgery.

Message

  1. A security protocol that prevents eavesdropping, tampering, or message forgery and provides server-side, and optionally client-side, authentication.
  2. It is crucial to check for this - before using the message, otherwise existential forgery becomes - possible.

Sender

  1. In cryptography, message forgery is the sending of a message to deceive the recipient as to whom the real sender is.

Diary

  1. In 1976, Otto Frank took action against Heinz Roth of Frankfurt, who published pamphlets stating the diary was a forgery.

Counterfeit

  1. COUNTERFEIT: An imitation or forgery of a genuine postage stamp or postal marking that has been created to defraud the collector or government.
  2. Other opposites to truth: counterfeit, fake, forgery, plagiarism, ostentation, and pretentiousness.

Forge

  1. In an existential forgery, the adversary can forge an authenticator for at least one user.

Cancellations

  1. To counter attempts at forgery or the removal of cancellations, many governments have used fugitive inks to print stamps.

Signature

  1. For the signature schemes in this document, a collision attack is easily translated into a signature forgery.
  2. Credit card fraud, signature forgery and identity theft are far more widespread "offline" crimes than malicious hacking.
  3. The 32-year-old actress insists the signature on the release form of these raunchy pictures is a forgery.

Document

  1. The Privilegium Minus (as opposed to the later Privilegium Maius, which was a forgery) is a document issued by Emperor Frederick I on September 17, 1156.
  2. The Pope based his authority to give this permission on a document known as The Donation of Constantine, since proved to be a forgery.
  3. It was widely accepted as authentic, although the Emperor Otto III did denounce the document as a forgery.

Categories

  1. Law > Criminal Law > Crimes > Fraud
  2. Vermeer
  3. Hobbies > Collecting > Stamps > Overprint
  4. Matter > Materials > Paper > Watermark
  5. Society > Culture > Arts > Art World

Related Keywords

    * Deed * Forger * Fraud * Overprint * Stamps * Title * Watermark
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