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Fraud
   is defined as   
Intentionally Deceiving Another Person & Causing Them to Suffer a Loss
Includes lies and half-truths such as selling a lemon and claiming "She runs like a dream".
Wine Fraud
   is described as   
Any Form of Dishonesty in the Production or Distribution of Wine.
The Cheerful Fraud (1926)
   starred   
Reginald Denny, Gertrude Olmstead and Otis Harlan
Director: William A. Seiter. Also starred Emily Fitzroy, Charles K. Gerrard & Gertrude Astor
Fraud
   in Sicilian is   
Ingannu
Charlatan
   means   
Fraud
A person who pretends to more knowledge or skill than he or she possesses
Rutherford B. Hayes
   had the nickname   
Rutherfraud
Sophocles
   said   
"Rather Fall With Honor Than Succeed by Fraud"
Greek playwright
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"All Men Are Frauds. The Only Difference Between Them is That Some Admit It. I Myself Deny It."
US editor
Rutherford B. Hayes
   had the nickname   
His Fraudulency






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