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not exact

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The Iraqi Prime Minister's statements are inaccurate and against what the Iraqi people need.
PRINCETON, NJ -- A majority of Americans -- 56% -- believe that the news media's coverage of the situation in Iraq is generally inaccurate.
ENERGY firms are the worst offenders when it comes to sending inaccurate bills, a customer poll revealed today.
2) inaccurate or incomplete information about STDs.
Determined by their pocket pressure and accuracy ratings, QBs now throw a number of inaccurate passes, with the level of accuracy ranging from "very inaccurate" to "perfect.
Inspectors say they found examples of baby scales being put on foam mats or wobbly trolleys, making them inaccurate.
People are often inaccurate in their self-assessments, whether in judging their level of attractiveness (Gabriel, Critelli, & Ee, 1994), soundness of their reasoning, quality of their humor, or correctness of grammar in written work (Kruger & Dunning, 1999).
Yesterday, Mr Byers said: "I want the House to know that I did not lie to the select committee, that I did not deliberately mislead the select committee, but due to an inadvertent error I gave factually inaccurate evidence to the select committee," said Mr Byers in his five-minute statement.
But when Tuesday brought a reading of 104, officials examined their instruments and decided that an inaccurate reading was sent to their office in Inglewood.
Half of the articles explicitly compared the two modes of action; of these, 52% contained only inaccurate statements, 32% only accurate statements, and 16% both accurate and inaccurate ones.
Without GLAAD we would be wallowing in a sea of antigay TV shows, inaccurate portrayals of GLBT people in the movies, and inaccurate reporting on us in the news media.
Of course, the mere fact that an information source contains some amount of inaccurate information is not necessarily a problem (cf.
Nevertheless, the report said, 'The numbers quoted in relation to the petition were inaccurate but not misleading.
Inaccurate social security numbers (SSN) on wage statements contribute to growth in the Social Security Administration's (SSA) Earnings Suspense File, increase the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) workload to ensure that wages are properly identified for those earning them, and burden individuals who must work with SSA and IRS to resolve disputes that may affect their social security benefits and tax obligations.
As a 2002 press release from the World Bank explains, "No World Bank lending has supported the rapid expansion of the Vietnamese coffee industry, contrary to a number of inaccurate press reports.