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10 issue, NCR staff writer Joshua McEl-wee unintentionally mischaracterized Berrigan's relationship with the late Jesuit Fr.
Un fortunately, during the financial crisis, the two often have been mischaracterized, and it is important to make distinctions between betting and hedging.
Don Casturo, a Goldman Sachs managing director, said, 'The role that is played by non-traditional participants such as index investors and other financial participants often has been mischaracterized.
City/Region: A headline on a brief on Page B3 Monday mischaracterized the person wanted for killing seven elk out of season in Douglas County.
Because I know, firsthand, the commitment that Lilly's leadership places on providing an environment of inclusion, I am disappointed and concerned about a recent BLACK ENTERPRISE article that mischaracterized and factually misrepresented a legal matter ("Race & Gender' February 2008).
I'm pleased you liked Beyond (Straight and Gay) Marriage enough to call it "brilliant," but you so mischaracterized my argument that several people urged me to contact you [Paper Trail, April 8].
SAN JOSE -- Tessera Technologies claims recent questions over a handful of the chip-packaging firm's patents mischaracterized the process and the patents' validity.
This disorder is so poorly understood and mischaracterized to begin with that making insensitive comparisons between its symptoms and the behavior of politicians only serves to perpetuate stereotypes.
The Board of Rights hearing process is being mischaracterized,'' said Bob Baker, president of the league.
Manufacturing and marketing C&D fines is often mischaracterized as the goal of most C&D recyclers.
He speaks with indignation at how the press mischaracterized his leadership of the Clinton-sponsored "One America" task force and there is audible despair as he laments the indifference of many successful African Americans to the plight of the black underclass.
The conflict in Iraq consistently is mischaracterized as a "war on terrorism," when in fact it is a civil war, says Mark Herman, vice president of the global consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.