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In short, the grounds for rehearing are limited to points of law and fact the court misapprehended or overlooked in its original decision.
misapprehended the intentions and capabilities of our enemies, miscalculated the strength of communism and misjudged the threat of terrorism.
That she should be equated with and indeed mistaken for one of the transients is a source of humour, but it also reveals that Baird and those in her social class thought it ludicrous that she could be so misapprehended, which further emphasizes her difference from the strikers.
What fake miracles do they invent, what false and misapprehended things, attributing the miracles of one saint to another
Grow or die is one law of nature, and if McCandless misapprehended that to his fatal detriment, it looks like the rebel behind the camera understands it extremely well.
The process for obtaining seal approval and the ability to "click to verify" are also widely misapprehended (Moores 2005).
The Buddha also demands that the regulations should be "not misapprehended, justly, unbiasedly stipulated with the purpose to completely alleviate suffering" (The Middle Length Discourse of the Buddha: 420-1).
Corneille, too, is shown to have misapprehended the nature of catharsis and to have understood only "the mechanical rules of dramatic art" (181).
For example, one of the sections that Levertov completely misapprehended was the one in which Duncan wrote about the "effort" of composing in words:
However, I must insist that Goldenberg can be sincerely congratulated for a scholarly feat of no mean importance; in a lively but usually unobtrusive style, and with formidable learning, he has laid out an ancient puzzle, wherein the inevitable and unfortunate human propensity for justifying what we in our age certainly call a terrible, deadly injustice (though we in the West have taken this enlightened position for only about a century and a half) is assigned to a misapprehended or even invented divine patent--briefly "God (or God's word) made me do it.
Yet there is a hint, as I have said above, that Anne and the Admiral enjoy the fact that their city neighbors are mistaking Anne for Sophy; they relish a sort of complicity, not in deception, but in being misapprehended, that allows them to form their own little community within the larger world of Bath.
Placed in power over a remote people, whose cultural and moral lives were unfamiliar, opaque, and readily misapprehended, it was easy to conclude that the subjects were, in Montaigne's term, "barbarians," so terrible and unintelligible as to fall outside the circle of one's own moral considerations.
In practice that happens only if the staff has misapprehended the facts (i.
To correct misapprehended interpretations, such stories must be considered.