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Flake

Slang; in auto sales, a term for a non-creditworthy customer with a small or no down payment. Flake customers are very high risk for the seller, and likely will not obtain financing.
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Rule no2: Validate the source Many fake websites and social media accounts have been deliberately set up to sound or look like their authentic counterpart.
[USA] Aug 21 ( ANI ): Fake news is a type of yellow journalism that has become a major concern today.
Craig Parker: "Wouldn't be seen dead wearing snides, bet there's plenty in the Walker massive wearing them though!" Adam Coe: "Yes I would buy fake goods, I'm not bothered!" Paul Manzy: "Of course I would buy fake."
The winner would have to give up all the fake items stated in the entry to win.
Mr Sanghera says for the last three months his convenience shop has been tendered fake coins each day.
This is actually quite unusual as fakes of Swansea porcelain usually carry the red script mark, often in upper case.
A mirage in the desert is a fake of the eyes, a hallucination one of the mind.
Last week, the NAFDAC issued a press release stating those fake anti-malarial generic pharmaceuticals with the label 'Made in India' were actually found to have been produced in China.
The theme was that fakes - whether unauthorised brake pads for cars made using sand, medicines, or toys with dangerous parts - come at a heavy price.
If the defense is intent on stopping the counter-trey, we will fake the run and "boot" the opposite way.
What began as a hunt for those missing bottles eventually revealed a murderous global trade in fake drugs targeting the sick, vulnerable, and poor It grew into a survey to discover what major drug companies do--and don't do--to warn patients about fakes.
"LARRY": The four wideouts sprint downfield as usual, thus drawing four defenders away from our fake.