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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of misinform.

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Examples

  • So when you have headline such as these, in misinforms them.

    » Why Organic? Strocel.com

  • Obama did not say he would raise taxes. .neither did his team on Sunday. .but the media which likes to keep a 24 cable cycel going, misinforms us so they can make news.

    Obama may fall into Bush 41 tax trap

  • Since these rules use a psychological model, they have an empirical gloss, when in fact they are largely myths, or, to borrow a term from two pioneers in debunking those myths, “clinical lore” that misinforms practitioners and the general public.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Third, Norquist either does not understand or misinforms his readers by saying that renewable portfolio laws dramatically raise electricity rates.

    Lewis Milford: A New Norquist Pledge? On Clean Energy, Get Your Facts Straight

  • Since these rules use a psychological model, they have an empirical gloss, when in fact they are largely myths, or, to borrow a term from two pioneers in debunking those myths, “clinical lore” that misinforms practitioners and the general public.

    The Truth About Grief

  • Third, Norquist either does not understand or misinforms his readers by saying that renewable portfolio laws dramatically raise electricity rates.

    Lewis Milford: A New Norquist Pledge? On Clean Energy, Get Your Facts Straight

  • Third, Norquist either does not understand or misinforms his readers by saying that renewable portfolio laws dramatically raise electricity rates.

    Lewis Milford: A New Norquist Pledge? On Clean Energy, Get Your Facts Straight

  • Trouncing the competition, its propagandising for Tea Party views misinforms the electorate on just about everything: it is rivetingly frightening viewing.

    Britain must resist Tea Party thinking | Polly Toynbee

  • Yesterday, we filed an amendment, along with Senator Merkley of Oregon and Senator Udall of New Mexico the text of which is below stating the Sense of Congress that: "United States Government officials should not secretly reinterpret public laws and statutes in a manner that is inconsistent with the public's understanding of these laws and should not describe the execution of these laws in ways that misinforms or misleads the public."

    Sen. Ron Wyden: How Can Congress Debate a Secret Law?

  • During the assessment process, MSC's role is entirely neutral, so the suggestion by Raincoast that the process itself suggests MSC has lost sight of its mission is without merit and misinforms a reader about the Marine Stewardship Council.

    Chris Ninnes: Protecting B.C. Salmon Stocks

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