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The Federal Circuit is where Rambus is currently appealing a number of adverse rulings from Virginia, including an erroneous jury instruction and several patent claim construction rulings that we believe are overly narrow, misconstrue our patents, and ignore well-settled law.
Insofar as philosophy of religion continues to conceptualize religion in this fashion, Christenson argues that it misconstrues much about its subject of inquiry.
He misconstrues his lust for love and jeopardises his engagement to a more suitable woman, the Sorbonne-educated Sibel.
However, Avery's analysis misconstrues the current scientific debate regarding children's exposure to pesticides and misrepresents our work, thereby contributing to the public misunderstanding of this important issue.
It is sad but true that the majority of the public also misconstrues these plans as decentralization.
But by repeatedly misgendering Bal as "him" in her commentary, Gabler-Hover does more than simply misinterpret an admittedly ambiguous name, she misconstrues the strong feminist agenda inherent to Bal's methodologies which unconventionally seek free play between verbal and figural domains.
Steven misconstrues his kindness and makes another pass at him, and when Christian knocks him back, the lad goes running to Ian, claiming Christian was the one making the moves.
Suggesting that we propose the "soil-only hypothesis" completely misconstrues our work.