mistiming


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something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred

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The extent of pregnancy mistiming and its association with maternal characteristics and behaviors and pregnancy outcomes, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 2002, 34(4):206-211.
When Will Smith, a part-time off-spinner, dismissed Hodge - mistiming a pull which Dale Benkenstein ran back from mid-off to collect - the visitors had three full overs to add to their 161-2.
Hayden followed in the next over, mistiming an attempted pull to Kevin Pietersen.
Kallis dismissed the final five Bangladesh batsmen, who had no answer to his extra bounce and were either caught behind or at mid-wicket mistiming pull shots.
And the saddest spectacle was presented by the National Ballet of Cuba in something called - with sublime mistiming - In the Middle of the Sunset, showing the once-splendid Alicia Alonso, surrounded by an attendant pleaid of aging dancers in a kind of geriatric garden party scene.
After mistiming a leap to intercept a floating cross for the first, he proceeded to let the ball fly through his waiting arms for the second and watch a hopeful cross fly over his defence into the net.
Mahmood then had Montgomerie mistiming an attempted pull to present a simple catch to mid-wicket.
Durham's Mike Hussey was among the home players to suffer, the in-form batsman mistiming his shot, allowing Charl Langeveldt to make a diving catch to send him back to the pavilion for just 23 with the score on 180 for four.
Trevor kettle showed a lot of common sense in the early part of the game when players were mistiming tackles all over the place.
Pulley and colleagues found degree of mistiming to be associated with selected maternal characteristics, maternal behaviors and pregnancy outcomes, with the most positive behaviors and outcomes (e.
Pilot Alert, the 2-1 favourite, finished fifthafter mistiming his start.
Eyeman was unfortunate on his seasonal debut in the Tipperary Cup at Thurles when mistiming the start and just failing to qualify, while Larkhill Jo was in the wars at the first bend before staying on to finish third behind Mr Bozz in last weekend's Waterford Masters.
Steady at first, Solanki gradually eased through the gears to reach his first half-century of the winter off 61 balls before accelerating noticeably to score his final 32 runs off only 15 deliveries before being stumped mistiming another attempted drive over the top.
Next, Jason Gillespie survived a run-out appeal that went to the television umpire but did not last much longer, mistiming off Balaji for Pathan to run from cover towards mid-off and hold a thrilling catch.
In this research note, we examine mistiming of pregnancy in the context of rethinking the concept of pregnancy intendedness.