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noun: Artificial; fake; false.
From French faux (false), from Old French fals, from Latin falsus (false), past participle of fallere (to deceive).
"During movie production, all faux weapons had to be rubber."
Amy Kaufman; T.I. Reworks His Act for Hollywood; Los Angeles Times; Aug 26, 2010.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:
In all life one should comfort the afflicted, but verily, also, one should afflict the comfortable, and especially when they are comfortably, contentedly, even happily wrong. -John Kenneth Galbraith, economist (1908-2006)
Obama and Hillary are marketing faux peace. There's a faux peace conference in Washington DC attended by PM Binyamin Netanyahu who is a faux leader, becuase he's not leading; he's taking orders.