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He was ordered to pay a total of pounds 1,100 in fines and costs after admitting illegally misdescribing five cars in adverts, though his defence lawyer pointed out no ordinary customers had complained.
There are obvious health implications related to misdescribing the freshness of fish and we are concerned that these people may have sold to others who are not aware of the problem.
In the third prong, I explain how moralists who attempt to force appropriation problems into the matrix of cooperation can easily make a double mistake: not only misdescribing the nature of the problem, but misjudging its seriousness by wrongly concluding that it involves formal cooperation (i.
But he fails to connect with his target here, misdescribing it at the outset; thick concepts, he says, are supposed to "have non-moral and moral components .
The critics of Indian secularism seem to me to be misdescribing the Gandhian perspective either as a premodern, preliberal, antisecular approach to religious tolerance (Nandy) or as a traditional peasant-communal moralism that has been re-done either for subserving the bourgeois-liberal project of modernity in India (Chatterjee(29)) or for promoting communalism among both Hindus and Muslims (Bilgrami).
This chapter is a thicket of inappropriate comparisons to Hegel and Marx, comparisons that depend on misdescribing her views and ignoring the meaning of theirs.
The 44-year-old father-of-two who ran Heart Of England Eggs in Worcestershire, has been jailed for three years and forced to cough up the pounds 3 million profit he made by "dishonestly and systematically" misdescribing eggs.
FIRST Choice Holidays was fined pounds 1,300 yesterday after admitting misdescribing a holiday flat in Turkey.