frame (someone) for (something)

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frame (someone) for (something)

To manipulate a situation so that an innocent person appears to have committed a crime (so that the actual criminal can avoid blame or detection). A: "They're framing me for this crime, officer, I swear! I would never go to a seedy place like that!" B: "Oh yeah? Then why did we find your fingerprints there?"
See also: frame
References in classic literature ?
She seems proud of the baby, though; wouldn't hear to a cheap frame for the picture.
GiftWorksPlus offers custom engraved photo frames in a variety of different themes so that customers can find the perfect frame for their graduate.
Definition of Key Frame for Video Copyright Protection.
Selecting one key frame for each shot is presented in [12].
Let W = [{([W.sub.i], [v.sub.i])}.sub.i[member of]I] be a fusion frame for H.
Like many in his trade, Gregory regards his business not as a dealership but as a bespoke service to collectors and museums, providing or sourcing the right frame for the right picture.
Helping a client choose the right frame would begin with an assessment of the style of his decor and attempt to match that with the potential frame for his artwork, says Harvey.
In the array element NP[k] we insert the ID number of the last frame after the kth frame for which Sim (k, [Ms]) < SimB holds.
Given a frame {[f.sub.k]} for H, it is well known that there exists at least one dual frame {[g.sub.k]}, that is, a frame for which
The ornamentation on many antique frames or historical reproductions might seem overly opulent for the relaxed lifestyle so many of us live today, so there are times when the right frame for the period seems like the wrong choice for the art.
The first of these is the one described by Wolf, and what I will call the "cognitive frame." Anything that influences our reception or interpretation of a text and makes us approach it in a particular way is a frame for our ways of thinking, or our cognitive processes.
The print media, which come off relatively well in the PIPA report, also had difficulty distancing themselves critically from the administration's frame for the war.
There is also one for Halloween, with plans in the works to add more holiday-themed frames, according to Labins, such as a harvest frame for the autumn holidays with turkeys playing football.
"We wanted to enhance the look of photographs that people frame for gifts and displays," says William Smith, U.S.