Patients who took more medications were also more likely to misunderstand
labels, with the adjusted relative risk rising from 2.
Interestingly, Westerners misunderstand
the Sanskrit term karma in the same way, thinking it means "fate" or "destiny"--something passive and imposed--when, in fact, it literally means "action" or "deed.
Despite its virtues, this is not a great book, largely because the authors deeply misunderstand
some key views of mainstream economic thinkers and of what they call "conventional capitalism.
Yet Kavanaugh resolves it expertly, explaining that to misunderstand
Jesus' Baptism is to misunderstand
Secondly, Mr Graham, please do not misunderstand
my previous letter to mean that the injustice of the victims of the dhow tragedy only come second to that of banning Facebook.
For I might misunderstand
you and the high advice you give, But there's no misunderstanding how you act and how you live.
But Mr Justice Leveson added: "Whether or not a misunderstanding on the part of the officers may be justifiable, they did in fact misunderstand
Mr Stanley's reaction and, as a result, he lost his life.
Bill Heslop stars as wayward husband, Charles, in comedy farce Don't Misunderstand
Me at the Co-operative Theatre in Wyken.
Brown then tells his male readers: "Don't misunderstand
what I'm saying here.
The advocates of "controlling our borders" misunderstand
the history and meaning of those borders.
When we misunderstand
someone or something, we are, according to the literal definition "standing under the wrong place".