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A show spokesman told The Sun: "The nature of these messages has been completely misconstrued and it is disappointing they are being used in an effort to mischaracterise Mark."
And then the next day we had that telephone call but then you saw how straightaway even the telephone call became a focus of division because both sides blamed each other, trying to sort of mischaracterise it; and we saw there is so little trust between the different groups.
You can mischaracterise what they do, even lie about it.
"However, we think it is important not to mischaracterise our set, where we believe strongly in treating everyone fairly regardless of gender, orientation, race, religion, or anything else.
They said: "The photographs and related reports mischaracterise the true nature of events and of the relationship."
In the first place, supporters of S720 grossly mischaracterise the intent of the UN approach as "anti-Israel".
Here are 10 common myths that mischaracterise vegetables - followed by facts about why these vegetables are worth a place on your child's plate.
This mischaracterises and misunderstands our approach.
More recent shows like The Hoarder Next Door have traded on the shock value of people who literally can't move for junk in their unhygienic homes but campaigners stress this mischaracterises the issue.
fundamentally that it mischaracterises maps themselves.