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A spokesperson for the Welsh Government said: "Once again the Welsh Conservatives have presented our figures in a misleading and misrepresentative way.
She demonstrates that children's play draws more often on wider resources than simply media, stating that "it is misrepresentative to label games as media-referenced.
Ministry officials and statements have directed accusations against international rights reports concerning Egypt that range from being misrepresentative to "full of lies".
Mr Fury is a devout Christian and a family man, however he accepts that in the past he has said things publicly which are misrepresentative of his beliefs and usual good character.
But last night the club said: "We are totally outraged that nine months after his voluntary resignation, he regurgitates his grossly inaccurate and misrepresentative assertions against us.
The club said: "We are totally outraged that now, some nine months after his voluntary resignation, he regurgitates his grossly inaccurate and misrepresentative assertions.
Not only has the Western media ignored the extrajudicial killings, but the coverage has been particularly misrepresentative, particularly in the BBC news.
Fraudulent and misrepresentative loan applications are continuing to decline, as our risk index is trending toward the lowest point we have recorded in the last five years.
Although social media pose a wide array of opportunities for any anti-social network, ranging from criminally exploitative to benignly misrepresentative, from a military perspective, social media present a rich array of information on ways to influence psychological vulnerabilities and an ideal attack platform from which to do it.
Tory North East MSP Alex Johnstone said: "His attempt to portray Scotland as downtrodden is utterly contemptible and misrepresentative of the Union - which Scotland both contributes to and benefits from.
But an SSP Health spokeswoman said that report was misrepresentative.