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She seemed to draw her conclusions rather by looking at her daughter than by listening to her, and, if cross-examined, she would probably have given a highly inaccurate version of Ralph Denham's life-history except that he was penniless, fatherless, and lived at Highgate--all of which was much in his favor.
We took our bearings with our crude and inaccurate instruments; we searched the chart; we cudgeled our brains; and at last it was Bradley who suggested a solution.
We had a long and uninteresting search for Caprona, for the old map upon which the assistant secretary had finally located it was most inaccurate.
His movements were slow, fumbling, and inaccurate, accompanied by panting and head-swimming, as he dragged himself into a sitting-up position in the stern, his rifle beside him.
Hence arises, as I have found to my cost, a constant tendency to fill up the wide gaps of knowledge, by inaccurate and superficial hypotheses.
Footnote: Vivid though inaccurate pictures of life and events at the time of the Norman Conquest are given in Bulwer-Lytton's 'Harold' and Charles Kingsley's 'Hereward the Wake.
And you replied that such an exposition would be enough for you, and so the enquiry was continued in what to me seemed to be a very inaccurate manner; whether you were satisfied or not, it is for you to say.
Nor are instances of this kind so rare as some superficial and inaccurate observers have reported.
If we are to know as it is supposed we do--that images are "copies," accurate or inaccurate, of past events, something more than the mere occurrence of images must go to constitute this knowledge.
My name is Marian Halcombe; and I am as inaccurate as women usually are, in calling Mr.
Washington, Sha'ban 20, 1435, Jun 18, 2014, SPA -- The United States of America described Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Malki's statements in which he accused the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia of supporting the terrorist groups are not correct and inaccurate.
And 21 per cent said bills were inaccurate or very inaccurate, according to price comparison firm uSwitch.