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An economist has said that Irish authorities have misjudged banking risks, leading to a crisis in the nation.
Hefner says he was stunned when it all ended so suddenly and believes that he misjudged the relationship.
Summary: Pakistan's ex-Test cricket captain has told a court how he feels betrayed and that he "completely" misjudged his former friend and agent who claimed he was part of a match fixing scam.
He continued: "I can see now that what started out as a bit of messing about and having a laugh on Twitter has been misjudged and I'd like to apologise to anyone that this has offended as that was the last thing I ever intended to do.
Harri, one of three wild cards Colin Montgomerie picked ahead of Paul Casey and Justin Rose, admits he badly misjudged the qualifying system - and thought he'd have been home and dry well before Monty had to make his call.
What was intended to be a humorous piece was clearly misjudged.
Goalkeeper Artur Boruc misjudged John Rankin's 45-yard strike as Hibernian took the lead and Colin Nish sealed a 2-0 win.
She died slowly, the hangman having misjudged the drop required for a "clean" execution.
There looked little danger when midfielder Juan Arango fired in a long-range free-kick in 22 minutes but Aouate misjudged the bounce to allow the ball to squirm under his body.
Murdoch, who replaced crocked Roddy McKenzie after 10 minutes, misjudged a punt to enable Swedes BK Hacken to grab a 1-1 draw at East End Park.
The Burnham-on-Sea hovercraft was scrambled to help the trio after they had misjudged the tide and their 14ft fishing boat ran aground a mile and a half from the beach in Brean.
Mr and Mrs Bridge maintained they had been misjudged.