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which turned out to be a fictious non-government organization.
It's whispered that after learning the youth service is unwilling to pay them millions of shillings in debt while fictious suppliers are paid promptly, the suppliers are now fighting back.
The location used in the story is also fictious. "It's not a true story," Pat Warner, a spokesman for Waffle House, said.
According to the data available from the website of the Ministry of Finance [], the most common crimes are those of VAT embezzlement committed due to fictious intra-community transactions worth multi-million zlotys.
Research participants were protected by stringent procedures designed to protect confidentiality, such as the use of codes and fictious names, and by strict privacy during actual interviews.
"When a historical movie is made, one should know that there is a disclaimer and everything has been done in a fictious form.
It tells the fictious story of Llechfaen, a community in despair during a lengthy industrial dispute more than a century ago.
FIFA has, moreover, never used its insistence on the fictious notion that sports and politics are separate to caution Salman and others against mixing the two.
This nine word snowball needed a fictious hip-hop artist to complete the deed.