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Given the gravity of the situation in Marawi City, we urge the public to remain calm and not to spread unverified or incomplete news items, even as we urge media practitioners not to report such items that can easily be misinterpreted or sensationalized,' he added.
Clarifying her statement a day after, Dikshit said, "I was misinterpreted.
But as it started going around the world and some being misinterpreted, I realised the impact of my Tweets," he said.
When Mandy finally spoke, the said quotes were misinterpreted and made into a sensational spicy story about how the now pregnant Mandira wants to pose topless showing her baby bumps.
I'm just glad I drive an automatic, because there are not many occasions when you need to change down manually and quite frankly, I'm almost paranoid about taking my hand off the wheel for even legitimate reasons, in case it is misinterpreted.
1] is misplaced by 1 intercostal space, the morphology of the QRS complex may be altered and ventricular tachycardia could be misinterpreted as supraventricular tachycardia.
An evenhanded, straightforward evaluation, to be commended especially for its close scrutiny of the cultural differences that at first glance make Islamic and Muslim practices alien to Westerners, and Western culture confusing to or misinterpreted by Muslims.
If you've misinterpreted, this is her opportunity to correct you.
The lawfulness of the use of these vaccines should not be misinterpreted as a declaration of the lawfulness of their production, marketing, and use, but is to be understood as being a passive material cooperation and, in its mildest and remotest sense, also active, morally justified as an extrema ratio due to the necessity to provide for the good of one's children and of the people who come in contact with the children, such as pregnant women.
Everett, however, argues that Gordon misinterpreted three Piraha words that are easy to confuse with numerals.
The German pilot and his co-pilot, from Cyprus, reportedly struggled to communicate in English and misinterpreted the alarms regarding problems with the pressurisation of the aircraft, the International Herald Tribune has reported.
This is based on a booklet issued by Planned Parenthood in the 1970s that relied on misinterpreted data.
I also just want to say that if I have misinterpreted your letter in any way I apologize.
Most unfortunately, Tweedale misunderstood and misinterpreted our article "'Sex and Ceruloplasmin Modulate the Response to Copper Exposure in Healthy Individuals" (Mendez et al.
By stating that the laws are inapplicable to subcontracts for commercial items, the DFARS may be misinterpreted to mean that commercial components do not count in the calculation of whether domestic components exceed 50 percent of the value of the components of an end item.