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fabrication in Industry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfabricationfab‧ri‧ca‧tion /ˌfæbrɪˈkeɪʃən/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]INVENT a piece of information or story that someone has invented in order to deceive peoplecomplete/total/pure fabrication Of course, it might all be complete fabrication.2 [uncountable] technicalTI the process of making or producing something syn manufacture
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fabricationA report about abuse at the school was found to be a fabrication.Everything that was written about me in that article was a fabrication.Prosecutors claim the abuse allegations are fabrications.For example, the degree in Microelectronics requires emphasis on integrated circuit design, integrated circuit fabrication and systems applications.These mills have since provided a source for material, inspiration, fabrication and construction.The process engineering people collected statistical data on 17 parameters involved in the fabrication of thin film circuits.The defense said that the victim's story was a total fabrication designed to get revenge.complete/total/pure fabricationThe list was a practical joke, a complete fabrication yes a happening even.But if the allegation is hearsay or pure fabrication, Walenski is being railroaded.