Sham

Sham, a word found in Arabic, English and Chinese, may refer to:

Read more about Sham:  Arabic Use, English Use, Chinese Use, Other Uses, See Also

Other articles related to "sham":

Sham Shui Po Ferry Pier
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Sham (horse) - Sham: Great Was Second Best
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Sham - See Also
... Hoax or fraud, synonyms for the English word sham Shams. ...
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The Complete Sham 69 Live
... The Complete Sham 69 Live is a live album by punk band Sham 69, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music) ...

Famous quotes containing the word sham:

    It recognizes no morality but a sham morality meant for deceit, no honor even among thieves and of a thievish sort, no force but physical force, no intellectual power but cunning, no disgrace but failure, no crime but stupidity.
    Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

    Kitsch ... is one of the major categories of the modern object. Knick-knacks, rustic odds-and-ends, souvenirs, lampshades, and African masks: the kitsch-object is collectively this whole plethora of “trashy,” sham or faked objects, this whole museum of junk which proliferates everywhere.... Kitsch is the equivalent to the “cliché” in discourse.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    Good government cannot be found on the bargain-counter. We have seen samples of bargain-counter government in the past when low tax rates were secured by increasing the bonded debt for current expenses or refusing to keep our institutions up to the standard in repairs, extensions, equipment, and accommodations. I refuse, and the Republican Party refuses, to endorse that method of sham and shoddy economy.
    Calvin Coolidge (1872–1933)