correction fluid


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The opposition alleges fraud, saying that many vote tally sheets were altered using typewriter correction fluid. It has filed a lawsuit to try to overturn the outcome.
Opposition leaders have claimed that results sheets were altered using correction fluid. On Friday, opposition lawmakers walked out of parliament in protest before Mutharika delivered his state-of-the-nation address.
Initial occupation indicated was "business woman."The "wo" part was erased by a correction fluid.
A few letters were erased through a correction fluid to make it 'businessman.'
Other substances he listed as intoxicants are, correction fluid, rubber solution, nail polish/remover, kerosene, lizard dung/excreta, zakami (datura metal), soak-away or pit toilet fumes (biogenetic gas), unripe plantain back, old newspapers, furniture polish 'shisha', sukodai (suck and die), gaddedi, goskolo, benelin+codeine, cement sniffing, licking of toad back pineapple+milk and others.
Postmen were intimidated into handing over sacks full of postal votes, ballot papers were changed once votes had been cast, using correction fluid, and police discovered 274 unsealed postal votes.
"Funny thing now is that I still see Liquid Paper being used more as art supply than a correction fluid. Some things never change."
SOON, a student below 18 years of age may not be able to purchase stationery items such as correction fluid ( whiteners), bottle thinners ( diluters) used in school laboratories, vulcanised solution ( sulochans) and glues that are easily available at any stationery store.
Signs of potential tampering on paper time sheets include corrections, even if they are initialed; the use of correction fluid; and entries made in a different color of ink on the same day.
a when your He asked: "Can you name the member of a 60s pop group whose mum invented correction fluid?" The answer is Michael Nesmith of The Monkees.
School supplies covered by PNS are crayons, wood-cased black lead pencils, pencil sharpeners, writing chalk, bond paper, notebooks, grade school pad, ruler, white board marker, correction fluid, paper clips, glue, ball point pen and refill, and, eraser.