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Testers were fooled into thinking their snack was crisper and fresher than it actually was.
But don't be fooled by the old rumor that on the vernal equinox the length of day is exactly equal to the length of night.
But don't be fooled by the old rumor that on the spring equinox the length of day is exactly equal to the length of night.
Another reason might be that your camera meter is being fooled by the bright subject matter in the scene.
Don't be fooled by the notion that on the autumnal equinox the length of day is exactly equal to the length of night.
Don't be fooled by an off-brand ink that appears to be a bargain.
But don't be fooled by the notion that on the autumnal equinox the length of day is exactly equal to the length of night.
Because administrators reacted as mask wanted, fooled them.
It is easy to see that harsh or ironical criticism of art collectors who have been fooled by imitations may be overdone.
Visitors continue to ask what happened to the affable museum guard that fooled them into thinking he was alive.
Don't be fooled by the fact that, at first glance, the fossil looks a little jumbled up.
It's charming to watch and so simply explained that you're almost fooled into thinking you knew this material already.
Don't be fooled by the unlikely success of these fast starters.
Don't be fooled by the creased brow and sagging jowls on the geezer gingerly ambling into the room.
Do not be fooled into thinking all of the companies offer a similar experience.
However, don't be fooled by a previous, incorrect marker carved three steps below.
The owner shoots the bird a nasty glare as he hangs up, mutters about being fooled again and stalks out of the room.
Protective relays rely on local information and can be fooled into disconnecting a line unnecessarily.
Don't be fooled by the rigid feel and appearance of a skeleton.
Don't be fooled by those big bovine eyes and the mouth slowly chewing cud-cows have a magnetic personality.
Typists were fooled with typos they had not made on screen as they worked.
Then, you have the complicity of those easily fooled, who should know better.
Headsets, cameras or fake body parts fooled the eyes, and synchronous strokes and prods added a tactile clincher.
Drug companies and insurance companies sure have you fooled.
Also, they had to go pretty far to find a group of people who were not fooled by the line length illusion.
After you've not fooled yourself, it's easy not to fool other scientists.
But unfortunately, the illiterate and week minded are easily fooled by them.
Don't be fooled or bullied into taking a side until do the research for yourself and can make an informed decision.
Further complicating matters is the debate among economists about whether the bad accounting actually fooled investors.
It is total and complete bunk that the consumer was fooled into taking the huge loans that they could not pay back.
If they continue to smoke, that is not because anyone has fooled them.
Data and proclamations about global warming is so skewed that it is easy to be fooled based on what you hear.
There is evidence that investors can be fooled when the state intervenes in the marketplace and distorts prices.
He has always fooled us, making a lot of promise he never delivered.
Start paying the one, who fooled the others, does always gives an ambiguous feeling.
Whether, and how much, people are fooled by inflation is much debated by economists.
And while pumping uncovered funny money into the patient may keep him alive, the market cant be fooled endlessly.
The drug decreased ratings by about half, and the effect was only strong for females who are normally easily fooled.
Don't be fooled, there is no perfect wireless carrier.
Lie detectors can be fooled, yet a friend can usually catch you in a lie.
And don't be fooled by the simple three-digit marketing.
Don't be fooled, though: this is a novelty more than anything else.
Humans have evolved elaborate mechanisms for fooling each other--and for trying not to get fooled.
Because they know what the tricks are, and they aren't fooled.
In that case, it's easy to see how investors got fooled.
After you've not fooled yourself, it's easy not to fool other scientists.
Credit cards aren't a free lunch, and there's no reason that consumers should be fooled into thinking they are.
The pictures looked so convincing that even bird watchers were fooled.
And, by the way, don't be fooled by the disingenuous euphemism.
Remember: it's easy to be fooled, especially when you're not expecting it.
Other algorithms-which relied on keywords-were easily fooled by pages containing lots of keywords.
In addition, it should not be fooled by still photographs.
He may even have fooled himself, as he would have avoided looking directly into the sun.
It's easy to be fooled by the evidence of our own existence.
Don't be fooled by the hype and fear-mongering tactics.
The only people fooled by this kind of talk are themselves.
Please, television, don't be lured into the exquisite trap of being fooled by your own mystique.
It even fooled itself about enjoying a swift flower-strewn triumph.
Don't be fooled by the glitter of pyrite: it's fool's gold.
Don't be fooled into spending money on something of dubious value.
Don't be fooled by scams where a con artist wants to verify your credit card number because you've won a prize.
Don t be fooled though, you may find loosestrife in gardens alongside the blazing star.
Some drivers fooled by third-party license renewal offers.
Many older consumers are fooled because of bad phone connections, hearing loss or other complications.
If your graduates drink, they may temporarily feel elated and happy, but they should not be fooled.
Many people have been fooled by changing conditions.
Radioactive materials for nuclear bombs are easy to hide, but not anymore thanks to pioneering technology that can't be fooled.
There must have been a factor that fooled the owl as to your status.
Don't be fooled by brokerage firms that tell you how and where to check out their credentials.
Fittings and valves look different, but sometimes hose lines cross and you could be fooled.
Don't be fooled by e-mails and phone calls claiming you have won money for a lottery you did not enter.
Do not be fooled, no matter how good a living-room contestant you are.
The art historian who can instantly spot a forgery that fooled a battery of scientific tests but can't explain why.
Anyone who really believes in claims as ludicrous as these, some might say, deserve to be fooled.

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