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- v. Present participle of misread.
- n. an incorrect reading
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Erroneous reading or citation; misinterpretation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. misinterpretation caused by inaccurate reading
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I imagine you have a set of Bart bookmarks -- "refutaion of Quirin misreading," etc.
And, of course, another factor may be contributing to your misreading is the weather.
Aside from my so-called misreading of Laing, Davis seems most provoked by my ignoring similarities between his book and my review.
Many critics are "misreading" the report, said Lori Bezahler, president of the Edward W. Hazen Foundation, another endorser.
KEVIN MADDEN, REPUBLICAN STRATEGIST: Arianna, with all due respect, don't you believe that you're kind of misreading the role of the vice president?
On the lowest level this kind of misreading appears at the end of Mr. Cameron's review.
However, she said the minister is completely "misreading" public sentiment - both at home and internationally - on the dead ducks and concerns about the environmental footprint of oilsands development on land, air and water.
Shelly Owe, a spokeswoman for the bureau, said Mrs. Bachmann is "misreading" the law.
S.elly Lowe, a spokeswoman for the U.S. Census Bureau, said Mrs. Bachmann is "misreading" the law.
This single "misreading" justifies the complete dismissal of RGD.