from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Lack of clear or adequate communication.
- n. An unclear or inadequate communication.
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- n. An interaction between two parties in which information was not communicated as desired.
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Nonsense, says Deborah Cameron in this second extract from her new book - the supposed miscommunication is a myth.
The anguish is all the greater given the cruel false reports -- or what is now being called a "miscommunication" -- early Wednesday morning that the miners had survived.
a pop-up that resulted in miscommunication between second baseman Jerry Hairston and shortstop Mike Bordick.
I got a reply saying that there was miscommunication from the event planners and that they’d make it up to everyone who showed up with either an autographed dvd or a free performance by Dane himself.
The miscommunication was another in a long series of prosecutorial missteps that have dogged the case from its inception in 1977.
What was already a tragedy was made worse, much worse last night by what mining officials are calling a miscommunication and what they acknowledge as a mistake to not come forward faster.
''A lot of our miscommunication was a direct correlation of the crowd noise,' 'UTEP coach Gary Nord said.
''A lot of our miscommunication was a direct correlation of the crowd noise,' '
The debate over CVS became clouded this week by what Morrison described as miscommunication between him and House Speaker Mike O'Neal, a Hutchinson Republican.
NATO blames "miscommunication" from Afghan troops for friendly fire incident.
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