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use "bogus" in a sentence

Through a bogus military call, Camillus attempted to trick the plebeian concil so it might not meet to approve such plans.

His deals with Russia were once again conducted through his bogus companies.

craven sent them out on another bogus mission to test them, leaving Cray behind on
it existed in 1978: using a 5Î5 grid instead of a 4Î4 one, and using plastic dice instead of wooden ones.

A puzzle book entitled 100 boggle puzzles (Improve Your Game) offering 100 game positions was published in the UK in 2003 but is no longer in print.

Finbarr's creator, Simon Thorp, described the character as a cross between a small boy and Sid boggle ( Sid James ) from Carry On Camping.

Darren Aronofsky's biblical epic about a man, his family and an ark to hold all of God's creations is easily the year's love-hate spectacle of hubris and imagination, going above and beyond in ways that boggle the mind.

It is a system to boggle the soberest mind: the NHS is the world's fifth-biggest employer; spends nearly ú2 billion (2.8 billion euros) a year on free-to-anyone hip and knee replacements, and its annual laxative bill alone is ú60 million.

On a global scale, the resulting emissions boggle the mind.

The size and number of those sources of radiation so boggle the mind that it might be hard to imagine that the entirety of that vividness appears to be fading, as its energy flies off through space.

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