Finally, the authors misrepresent
their contribution to the FIST concept.
networks only depict what misrepresents
and distorts the image of Islam.
This is a declaration stating that they will remove any reference to the institute from their documents and confirming that they will not misrepresent
Mr Herron cited a case involving Barnet Council last year in which Justice Jackson said "prejudice does not need to be established" in appeals against fines and that "the fact that the document misrepresents
the correct legal position should suffice".
Mr Salter said Mr Batchelor should not think that because Labour had worked closely with the league on the foxhunting ban it meant he could control elected MPs and misrepresent
the party's policy intentions.
The subjects were asked if the patient's physician should accept the insurance company's restriction, appeal the restriction, or misrepresent
the facts to the insurance company in order to obtain coverage for the patient.
When the physicians were asked about the patient with severe angina, for example, they were more likely to misrepresent
the facts to the insurer rather than appeal as the appeals process became increasingly cumbersome.
To sweep aside other achievements is to misrepresent
Post managing editor Tom O'Hara says the paper's policy is that reporters don't misrepresent
themselves, unless they're seeking "extraordinarily important" information.
Collectors cannot misrepresent
the amount you owe, or falsely imply that they represent the government or work for a credit bureau.