misapprehend


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Related to misapprehend: reinvigorated, outlined, scrutinised, overhyped
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It is obvious that circumstances will arise in which writers misapprehend what readers desire and readers cannot make sense of the letters their correspondents send them.
To distinguish between science and policy is to misapprehend the nature of economics.
Sometimes an emotionally susceptible student can misapprehend the reality of a relationship with an admired teacher.
For example, people often misapprehend crucial background facts about their medical choices.
I know of only one "outcome" study measuring the successfulness of different formats of delivery of legal education to health care professionals; (32) according to this study, it appears that these individuals often misapprehend the law in ways similar to those described by Professor Bowal in his recent study.
We are saying that given the way the statute is drafted, it seems likely that reading this hypothetical statute as if it gives partnerships and corporations two options instead of one is to misapprehend the meaning of the statute.
But once again Goldhagen approaches an important gender clue only to misapprehend its significance.
Questioning these approaches, McWhirter has argued that 'to see James as engaged in a single-minded effort to define the past -- whether to preserve, idealize, control or reinvent it -- is to misapprehend the main thrust of his revisionary energy' and reads this period instead as revealing James's 'capacity for establishing multiple, often contradictory lines of connections, relation, and responsiveness to the past'.
Readers who do not bring such awareness to a text will badly misapprehend its structure and coherence.
Now, to excoriate the left for not being on the winning side, as determined by Harris and Gallup, is to seriously misapprehend what a "left" can be.
Because of attention problems or delays in processing verbal information, the child may misapprehend the contingency underlying this reinforcement, causing disruptions in the learning process.
Parties to the sale who believe an audit will settle matters misapprehend the accountant's basic role: The issuer - whether buyer or seller - always has the underlying responsibility for the financial statements and the accounting principles used, with all the associated opportunities to affect the results.
The various justifications of the criminal-immigration convergence each misapprehend fundamental empirical and normative dimensions of the situations and persons they purport to address--a result of the fundamental disconnect between a conventional criminal law and crime-centered conceptual framework and the more nuanced regulatory concerns core to a functional immigration regime.
Here, Fanny and Edmund significantly misapprehend each other.