incorrect belief

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But he will also be remembered for the players' strikes and his ultimately incorrect belief that he could take on a revered bunch of players only to suffer three humiliating defeats, while the Pairc Ui Chaoimh debacle scuppered any hopes of a happy ending.
They might lose their trusted, highly-skilled physician, who was dedicated to making them well but who revealed a politically incorrect belief that is irrelevant to their care.
They might lose their trusted, highly skilled physician, who was dedicated to making them well but who revealed a politically incorrect belief that is irrelevant to their care.
The show reinforces the popularly held, yet incorrect belief, that, by not saying no, a person is giving consent.
In addition, dementia is often incorrectly referred to as "senility" or "senile dementia," which reflects the formerly widespread but incorrect belief that serious mental decline is a normal part of aging.
We begin by considering a main ambiguity generated from the incorrect belief that Laffer effects may arise in a demand-side approach and look at how, in a number of studies, Forte has tried to bring the debate back into the proper supply-side perspective.
My assumption is that this reflects the respondents' incorrect belief that Clinton will continue Obama's approach on this issue - Obama's being tough on Israel pleased Arabs.
Making it easier for plaintiffs to survive a motion to dismiss, the 6th Circuit says that since Section 11 provides for strict liability, the fact that an incorrect belief was honestly held is irrelevant.
The TPP is based on the incorrect belief that it's good for all members of an economy when that economy is "liberated" from the democratic process.
-- Trading five Taliban prisoners for Bowe Bergdahl was unpopular with the public, and the Obama administration may have made the trade in the incorrect belief that Bergdahl was near death.
The majority are here as a last resort, tricked or drugged by their parents and brought for "reprogramming." Much like the issue of the anti-cult movement's behaviours of reprogramming, we must ask whether we have a right to make individuals follow a particular idea of what is correct or incorrect belief and behaviour.
I previously raised this issue directly with the Home Secretary, as I believe the availability of these substances, and incorrect belief that these are legal and therefore safe , is directly impacting on the social norms around drug misuse across the UK.