We have a man sending us to war for fictitious reasons.”
These invented or “fictitious” objects can be of various kinds.
Scientists couldn't stop a (fictitious) space rock from decimating Europe.
Plimpton's exploits were not really like those of Mitty, James Thurber's fictitious daydreamer.
By “fictional discourse” we mean here and in what follows discourse about fictitious objects.
These fictitious applicants presented themselves as students at one of 24 large public universities.
Pro-Kremlin news outlets quickly began pumping out alternative and apparently fictitious explanations for Mr.
“I admit that I fabricated operations, I admit that I cancelled fictitious operations,” he told his interrogators.
Hunsaker and his team of investigators created a fictitious disgruntled employee named Jacob to make e-mail contact with Kawamoto.
“We live in the time where we have fictitious election results that elect a fictitious president,” Moore said that night.
It allows us to admit that fictitious objects do not exist but at the same time to acknowledge that there are fictitious objects.
A fictitious 59-year-old female smoker reporting chest pain and nausea received suggestions she might have depression or be experiencing a panic attack .
In 2018, she shared a post suggesting the Jewish financial George Soros was engaged in a "coup" against Trump, a fictitious antisemitic conspiracy theory.
: At the age of ninety, Alain Resnais made this labyrinthine mystery of theatrical life, featuring a fictitious actor’s posthumous appearance to a gathering of leading French actors—playing themselves.
EastEnders' Albert Square is in the fictitious borough of Walford, in the postal district of E20 (the latter was originally fictitious as well, but is now the postcode of the Olympic Park at Stratford).
Centrifugal force, a fictitious force, peculiar to a particle moving on a circular path, that has the same magnitude and dimensions as the force that keeps the particle on its circular path (the centripetal force) but points in the opposite direction.
But a predominant feature of the "Karen" stereotype is that they weaponise their relative privilege against people of colour - for example, when making police complaints against black people for minor or even - in numerous cases - fictitious infringements.
Anglo Leasing Finance was paid about 30m euro ($33m; £21m) to supply the Kenyan government with a system to print new high-technology passports; other fictitious companies involved in the scam were given money to supply naval ships and forensic laboratories.
The operation targeted supporters of Bernie Sanders and democratic socialists in the US and supporters of Jeremy Corbyn in the UK by having one of the fake accounts, the fictitious “Alex Lacusta”, post links to PeaceData articles in affiliated Facebook groups.
Throughout the West the vast bulk of productive assets are owned by fictitious legal persons such as corporations, sociétés, and Gesellschaften, created under general incorporation statutes that allow such fictitious legal persons to engage in a wide variety of profit making and, frequently, eleemosynary (related) endeavours.
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Throughout the West the vast bulk of productive assets are owned by fictitious legal persons such as corporations sociétés and Gesellschaften created under general incorporation statutes that allow such fictitious legal persons to engage in a wide variety of profit making and frequently eleemosynary related endeavours