report inaccurately

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To] report inaccurately could result in violations of federal laws.
The recent UNICEF report inaccurately placed Jordan among countries in the Middle East with high rates of violence against children and did not rely on statistics from the concerned bodies in the kingdom.
Customs and Border Protection said the report inaccurately analyzes the cost and success of its drones, which have "achieved or exceeded all relevant performance expectations.
A Home Office spokesman said: "The Centre for Policy Studies report inaccurately portrays the impact of our drug strategy.
Most Americans think we are politically biased, usually report inaccurately, try to hide our mistakes, stand in the way of solving society's problems, and don't care about the people we report on.
You report inaccurately that water droplets normally "dribble like tears down a slanting surface.
Consequently, staff can often report inaccurately or follow an inconsistent schedule.
The civil penalties, criminal fines and provisions established by the Uniformed Unclaimed Property Act can be substantial for firms that fail to report or report inaccurately.
The judge further found that Abuzeni signed his operative report inaccurately, incompletely, and that it falsely represented the surgical procedures performed.