In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- The Home Office confirmed extra measures could be added to the Emergency Anti-Terrorism Bill to increase penalties for hoaxers.
- In future more hoaxers will find themselves in court or else having their mobiles and land-lines disconnected as a punishment for wasting police time.
- These people are cheats, fraudsters, charlatans and hoaxers.
- The image rotation and the dark gray line that cuts across both images and plain black background are a clear indication of tampering, an obvious clue left by the hoaxer as a hint that there is something wrong with the overall image.
- Other hoaxers have used hot air balloons powered by candles to simulate UFOs.
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