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But in the book he mischaracterizes me very badly, mischaracterizes the election.
After providing a definition of "slave society" that mischaracterizes the position of Moses Finley, Stinchcombe alludes (p.
Bayles gets dates wrong, spells names wrong, misidentifies what album songs appear on, badly mischaracterizes the sounds or careers of bands, and makes critical howlers that smack more of ignorance than opposing critical judgment.
ASPA unequivocally denounces and condemns any conduct that misrepresents or mischaracterizes product sold to US consumers.
While the FWS says the critical habitat designation does not bar development, the environmental group that filed the lawsuit that forced the designation says the agency mischaracterizes the designation's importance.
UBS is disappointed with the NYAG's press statement announcing the settlement, which mischaracterizes the program and its operation.
While the Fish and Wildlife Service says the ``critical habitat'' designation does not bar development, the environmental group that filed the lawsuit that forced the designation says the agency mischaracterizes the designation's importance.
Lastly, The Times further mischaracterizes the IPO by saying the partners sold the good will from their "left pocket to their right" when in fact the Blackstone partners sold business interests to the public.
The Daily News also mischaracterizes the new law by saying it prohibits a ``form of advertising.
InnerWorkings believes the column contains numerous factual errors and mischaracterizes our technology and business.
In our opinion, the letter mischaracterizes numerous issues regarding your Company and management.
estimated fails), faulty analysis that we believe mischaracterizes and misinforms.