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But I was a thousand miles from supposing that she would misunderstand and misrepresent things in so fanciful a way.
What we commonly call man, the eating, drinking, planting, counting man, does not, as we know him, represent himself, but misrepresents himself.
The authors misrepresent my opinion several times, saying "Ward agrees" to propositions I disagree with.
The IPC accepts therefore that Monique did not deliberately misrepresent her impairment when subject to classification evaluation on a number of occasions during her para-cycling career.
NNA - Syrian massacres nowadays misrepresent true Islam, leading Hizbullah figure of party Political Council cleric Ibrahim al-Ameen, told the 4th annual meeting of party mothers and women auxiliaries in the Beq village of Riyaq today.
As part of the settlement, the companies can no longer misrepresent the amount of any ingredient contained in their products.
Such evidence may be used in connection with external legal proceedings, should they be pursued, or, in the case of registered students or former members who misrepresent their status, for disciplinary purposes through the institute's internal processes.
Mr Herron claims the envelopes misrepresent the legal position, citing judgments issued by the High Court in parking cases and the National Parking Adjudication Service.
While we were working with you when we agreed, we will work against you when we think you are trying to misrepresent our intentions or put up facetious arguments to restrict, limit or ban or outlaw the legitimate sports of angling and shooting.