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- n. An instance of misinterpreting.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of interpreting erroneously; a mistaken interpretation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Erroneous interpretation; a wrong understanding or explanation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. putting the wrong interpretation on
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At the same time, Mr Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law by Western journalists.
Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law
The "misinterpretation" - that lead to a 15 cents, or 7.3 percent, drop to 1.85 euros of Unicredit shares in trading today in Milan - was the result of a report from Moscow-based Interfax to the effect that UniCredit was about to sign an agreement with Russia's central bank to get compensation for losses on interbank operations.
… but if misinformation leading to misinterpretation is being too regular, you know, like, “hey itâ€ ™ s alright, no problem, that happens all the time”, I think someone should do something about it.
Desert_, p. 550.] [Footnote 272: Disciples of Seedy ben Isa, whose sanctuary is at Fas, and who possess the art of fascinating serpents.] [Footnote 273: N.B. This is a misinterpretation of the Arabic words here used, which, literally translated, signify, _God alone, is great!
Yes, it was sort of a deliberate misinterpretation, which is why I put the smiley emoticon on it.
It was simply a rupture caused by misinterpretation, that is easy to fix relatively.
The result of such misinterpretation, which is that resulted the Review Board took in a decision by the Review Board to condone "late applications" to the Board for benefits, which were subsequently approved by the Board and benefits were granted benefits.
The attempt to clarify that women will not be forced to view ultrasound images was prompted by what some have described as a misinterpretation of the original bill that made some worry it went too far.
No; -- nor is there any sin more fearfully avenged on men and Nations than that same, which indeed includes and presupposes all manner of sins: the sin which our old pious fathers called "judicial blindness;" -- which we, with our light habits, may still call misinterpretation of the Time that now is; disloyalty to its real meanings and monitions, stupid disregard of these, stupid adherence active or passive to the counterfeits and mere current semblances of these.
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