misleading notion

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In your correspondent's defence, some of his other comments indicate reliance upon a particularly misleading notion, still taught in some seminaries, known as the JEPD (or "documentary") hypothesis.
From the pro-AV campaign comes the misleading notion all MPs would be elected on more than 50 per cent of the vote.
carried with it the misleading notion that the slate could be wiped clean with the push of a button").
The suggestion that new revenue from a sales or income tax or even expanded gambling will reduce property taxes is a misleading notion.
This is despite the still popular but misleading notion that existing data management tools are adequate for the purpose.
This distinction is important because of the widespread, misleading notion that there are two classes of carcinogenic agents, including so-called "animal" carcinogens that pose no risk to humans.
It urged the British government to adopt a "hard-headed approach to engagement with Russia, based on the reality of Russia's foreign policy rather than abstract and misleading notions of shared values.
The Government should adopt a hard-headed approach to engagement with Russia, based on the reality of Russia's foreign policy rather than abstract and misleading notions of shared values.
I thought such misleading notions had been debunked years ago.
This report reminds us of how important it is to protect our children during these crucial early years of development instead of filling their growing brains with the misleading notions that drinking is normal and without consequence.
Jeffrey Werber, CBS' The Early Show pet expert and veterinarian to the stars, clarify some misleading notions in pet care, including: