Pertti Huuskonen of Nokia ("Context and Content: A Perfect Marriage") offered a cautionary note on the dangers of misapprehending
human context, while describing successful methods of obtaining contextual information through mobile phones.
the nuances and significance of the Court's jurisprudence, the Court of Appeals erred in invalidating Ohio's investment credit.
Sometimes, it seems, misapprehending
death can make for a better life.
Reading The Golden Bowl through its preface shows that beneath the narratives of familial and marital relations in the novel run stories of a writer's contention with a misapprehending
audience--the same struggles out of which James spun creative autobiography and a theory of fiction in the prefaces to the New York Edition.
being self-deceived consists in one's misapprehending
the structure of one's attitudes, in one's taking the having of one attitude to explain the having of another when the true explanation is something else" (169).
telecommunications carriers, misapprehending
the language and intent of
Each is holding back, each navigating by a false map, each misapprehending
where the other is coming from.
People will say it can be done easily, but they are misapprehending
how difficult it is.