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forgery
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • "Listen; this is his description: ’Benedetto, condemned, at the age of sixteen, for five years to the galleys for forgery.’
  • Then, turning to his desk, he said, striking the letter with the back of his right hand, "Come, I had a forgery, three robberies, and two cases of arson, I only wanted a murder, and here it is.

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  • The painting is a forgery.
  • This signature looks like a forgery.

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