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In this context, one must be careful not to contuse the requirement of "restitutio in integrum' for rescission with restitution proper.
Later when the Professor denounces the animals' supposed xenophobia, they contuse the word with "the name of their old friend, the doe" to whom no one wished to seem inhospitable.
Although the 19 hijackers were ethnic Arabs (and 15 from Saudi Arabia), Bush himself continues to contuse Arabs with religious Muslims.