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mischaracterizations

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  • n. Plural form of mischaracterization.

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Examples

  • In a statement issued on Sunday, Mr. Gates said he wished to correct what he described as mischaracterizations about the memo's content and purpose, and to dispel any perception among allies that the administration had failed to adequately think through how to deal with Iran.

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  • President Obama used the word mischaracterizations today at his town hall meeting in Colorado.

    No 'silver bullet' to health care overhaul, Obama says

  • Lender Processing Services, the Jacksonville, Fla., company whose subsidiary is the subject of a federal probe for issues related to the preparation of foreclosure documentation, fought back this week against what it said were "mischaracterizations" by the media.

    Lender Processing Services acknowledges employees allowed to sign for managers on foreclosure paperwork

  • And, unlike most TV hosts, she not only apologizes for errors or misstatements from previous shows, she corrects "mischaracterizations" as was the case of describing Colin Powell as "uncomfortable" with a series of questions she asked the former Secretary of State.

    The Moderate Voice

  • Beck throws around his threats, insults and mischaracterizations of McIntosh, Disney and fair use, showing he understands none of them.

    Art Brodsky: Glenn Beck's F.U.* Problem

  • They have also shamed some mainstream media into abandoning their shallow mischaracterizations and investigating more deeply the roots and meaning of the movement.

    Laura Paull: The One Cent

  • The article absolutely shocked consumer advocates and members of Americans for Financial Reform who worked closely with Date to rein in Wall Street (disclosure: I have been a member of AFR's steering committee since August), and there has been considerable pushback to the story's mischaracterizations this week from reform advocates.

    Zach Carter: Are Treasury's Knives Coming Out Against Elizabeth Warren?

  • The Associated Press reports that the Murkowski campaign is calling on Alaska television stations to refrain from airing the ad, claiming it is, "littered with lies and intentional mischaracterizations."

    Ad of the Day: Tea Party Express tells Murkowski to let go of her 'gift'

  • Giannoulias then mixed it up with Kirk, referring to the congressman's frequent mischaracterizations of his military record.

    Karl Rove to Obama: How dare you?

  • President Obama uses scare tactics and mischaracterizations as much as anyone when he tries to limit the choices to his plan or economic disaster if we do nothing.

    No 'silver bullet' to health care overhaul, Obama says

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