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You don't have to misjudge things around here much to make mistakes but I've been misjudging things all week.
At the so-called Olympics of Oratory, it doesn't pay to misjudge one's environment, and as his eloquent counterparts grabbed their mics, Miller knew he'd need an extra edge.
CorePROTECT, a data security specialist, estimates that 40% of businesses misjudge the bottom line impact of a computer losing its data and settings.
6 million people, or ten per cent of British savers and investors, misjudge their attitude to risk and may need to take a less cautious approach if they want to achieve their long-term objectives.
All cars should have ESP as standard because it is such an effective safety aid, which ensures that even if you make a big mistake and misjudge a corner, ESP will automatically apply the brakes to the relevant wheel and prevent the car spinning out of control.
But if service providers misjudge consumer interest in these services, the financial consequences could be enormous.