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senators [all realities today], adding, "I believe in the initiative and the referendum, which should be used not to destroy representative government, but to correct it when ever it becomes misrepresentative."
We believe in transparency and would never intentionally misrepresent our safety record to our employees or the public...Reveal's reporters have spent several months searching for old, misrepresentative and outright inaccurate information about safety at Tesla's Fremont factory...This is not to say that there aren't real issues that need to be dealt with at Tesla or that we've made no mistakes with any of the 37,000 people who work at our company.
To be fair, objections to the complicated nature of the MDATV in this volume may be a bit misrepresentative. As is explained in the introduction, the amount of archival material available for this book exceeds most, if not all, of the others, and Waugh's writing skills and facilities as well as his memory were beginning to falter when drafting was undertaken.
A mean data graph would have been misrepresentative as there was little resemblance in the raw data between individuals as displayed in Figure 2.
Tabloid-esque narratives about Pakistan are common and misrepresentative of the complex reality of Pakistan.
In many cases, the names of social and political attributes maybe misrepresentative .
As a result they labelled the Conservatives' analysis of the performance of the zones as being presented in a "misleading and misrepresentative way".
It is clarified that evaluating debt statistics based on two month numbers is flawed and misrepresentative. Now that debt numbers from relevant agencies such as
It is clarified that evaluating debt statistics based on two month numbers is flawed and misrepresentative. Now that debt numbers from relevant agencies such as Economic Affairs Division, Budget Wing, National Saving and State Bank has been received and consolidated for the first quarter of CFY.
"Fake news has become a topical term - an umbrella term spanning everything from what people don't like that's written about them to genuinely misrepresentative stuff," said Brittin.
But a spokesman for Economy Secretary Ken Skates said: "The Welsh Conservatives have presented our figures in a misleading and misrepresentative way.
The oft-cited number is based on exit polling, which some pollsters have criticized as misrepresentative of Hispanic voters, particularly in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
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