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More specifically, the news items contain two contentious assertions attributed to the press conference: (i) 'Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan Tariq Bajwa has said the country has come out of the financial crisis with the help of friendly countries and the economy has been set on the right path,' and (ii) a different editorial goes on to comment 'The State Bank Governor raised more than just a few eyebrows when he said at a private event that Pakistan's economy had come out of a financial crisis.' Both these assertions are unfactual and rebutted by SBP.
Both these assertions are unfactual and rebutted by SBP, the central bank asserted, adding that SBP Governor Tariq Bajwa never used the term 'financial crisis' during the entire press conference.
The headline "The state mobilizes people on the last day of the presidential election", highlighted on the newspaper's front page on March 28 as part of its election coverage, was denounced as "unverified and unfactual" by the National Elections Authority (NEA).
The Ijaw National Youth Congress (IYC) has warned presidential aide, Garba Shehu, not to reignite another intercommunal war between Ijaw and Itsekiri of Delta State through his unfactual and unguided utterances about their population on a television station.
He might try to condemn "bigoted lunatics" like Robinson, but his own, apparently measured and yet unfactual claims in themselves can serve to create suspicion of UK Muslims, indirectly fueling Islamophobia and widening divisions within our society.
"It is forbidden to use hearsay to create news or use conjecture and imagination to distort the facts," the regulator (https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/jul/04/china-to-ban-news-websites-from-using-stories-gleaned-from-social-media) reportedly said, "All levels of the cyberspace administration must earnestly fulfill their management responsibility for internet content, strengthen supervision and investigation, severely probe and handle fake and unfactual news."
Clifford Geertz (1973) notes that texts emerging from fieldwork are "fictions: fiction in the sense that they are 'something made.'" This is "the original sense of the meaning of fiction--not that they are false, unfactual, or merely 'as if' thought experiments" (p.
Following the philosopher Hans Vaihinger, Kermode holds that all of these narrative patterns, not just obviously unfactual literary ones, are invented by the mind, not discovered in the external world, although their creation is prompted by outward events or circumstances (40).
It would appear to be unfactual, unless he can back it up.
But if the ideas are patently contradictory or, in some cases, unfactual or just too stupid to abide, then you find every soft adjective, every cliche.
Comments made in Mr Hughes's spurious and totally unfactual article, include "many think that they are fly tippers", "some gypsies and travellers are criminalised when they set up camps on someone else's land even though is not a crime in itself" and "many gypsies feel that they have no alternative but to trespass".
All other attributes of the marriage institution are simply ignored; they are, after all, not among "the constitutionally significant attributes of marriage." Those other attributes of marriage--principally the institution's child-bearing and child-rearing meanings, purposes, practices, and social goods--are not declared "unfactual" but rather become simply irrelevant.