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MR M T Hancock's letter claiming dogs in Coventry should be muzzled in public places is about as misconceived as the city council wanting them on leads.
The UGC submission came following a plea in the High Court challenging FYUP, claiming that the new education system is misconceived and illegal.
He further argued that the petitioner is going to retire from service in the end of Month of June and at such stage, his transfer is erroneous and misconceived.
The council''s respected director of finance tabled a supplementary report which challenged the robustness of most of the Lib Dem proposals, several of which are unworkable or entirely misconceived.
This feel-good story is full of misconceived (often hilarious) plans, but the boys always keep on going to achieve their goal, no matter what obstacles face them or how muddled their ideas.
Pardew said: "I don't think I am alone in thinking the Europa League is misconceived in terms of the way it is put together.
Other themes are pausing in continuity, disciplinary connections: scientific slouching across a misconceived divide, Darwinian prequels and fallout, the paleontology of ideas, casting the die: six evolutionary epitomes, the meaning and drawing of evolution, and natural worth.
Uma October 21, 2011 (JUBA) -- The leader of the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) peace team has criticised the recent decision by President Barack Obama to send 100 "combat-equipped" US troops to help Uganda the fight the rebel group, describing it as "not only misconceived, but unacceptable".
Prayer is often misconceived as being a personal matter, but the Bible is very precise when it comes to the welfare of the city.
However, the path that he has chosen, to impose a draft of the bill on parliament, is totally misconceived.
Speaking in parliament earlier, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said "the path he [Hazare] has chosen to impose his draft of a bill upon parliament is totally misconceived and fraught with grave consequences for our parliamentary democracy".
Path chosen by Hazare to impose his bill is totally misconceived," he added.
However, the path that he has chosen to impose his draft of a bill upon Parliament is totally misconceived and fraught with grave consequences for our Parliamentary democracy," Singh said.
Mathewson, who had presided over the takeover of NatWest by RBS in 2000, said, 'I do believe, that in the interests of competition, the merger of HBOS and Lloyds was misconceived and Lloyds Banking Group should be broken up.
Superimposing subsidised, renewable power sources with their engineering limitations out of some misconceived belief that carbon emissions will be reduced, will imperil our high levels of power security.