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Marfa Petrovna accidentally overheard her husband imploring Dounia in the garden, and, putting quite a wrong interpretation on the position, threw the blame upon her, believing her to be the cause of it all.
At this stage, Accountant General Office officials including Chief Treasury Officer Rafique Ahmad and District Treasury Officer Mohammad Akhtar sought unconditional apology from the court for issuing a notification based on wrong interpretation of the court orders.
PRESS PHOTO The Kurdish Globe The Secretary of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) Politburo, Fazil Mirani, said that what happened in the Kurdistan Parliament last week was a wrong interpretation of the parliamentary procedures.
Al Azhari, a scholar, preacher and an academic at Al Azhar University in Egypt, said that extremists, out of their ignorance, base their misconceptions of Islam on the wrong interpretation of a verse in the Quran in which Allah says: "And whoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed -- then it is those who are the disbelievers.
This is absolutely a wrong interpretation," said the official.
An incredible and very wrong interpretation of what I was trying to say then and now.
If my friends ask me about extremism I explain it's the wrong interpretation of Islam, but it is hard to explain sometimes," said Rohail.
However, the advisory created confusion and triggered debates among many Facebook users in the UAE because of the wrong interpretation by some media houses.
There was wrong interpretation of this war, some people said it was between Nuer and Dinka.
She added: "It is a totally wrong interpretation of Tehran's interest to create an opportunity for Western countries to have another kind of relation with the Iranian nation.
Pruett's explanation was, of course, wrong interpretation and it might have been forgotten had it not been Deborah Byrd who used it on National Public Radio program, StarDate on Jan.
This was a wrong interpretation of the policy terms and conditions, something that standardisation would have avoided.

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