And Trump misconstrues
the structure of the board and its consensus policy making, since its not just Jay making the call.
It is no secret that the infamous anchor holds regressive opinions but he also often intentionally misconstrues
facts to suit his own narrative.
In a statement, The Princeton Review called the differences in pricing "incidental" and said that to associate its pricing system with discrimination "misconstrues
both the literal, legal and moral meaning of the word."
Insofar as philosophy of religion continues to conceptualize religion in this fashion, Christenson argues that it misconstrues
much about its subject of inquiry.
his lust for love and jeopardises his engagement to a more suitable woman, the Sorbonne-educated Sibel.
However, Avery's analysis misconstrues
the current scientific debate regarding children's exposure to pesticides and misrepresents our work, thereby contributing to the public misunderstanding of this important issue.
Amicus TEI respectfully submits the Court's opinion misconstrues
the applicable Commerce Clause jurisprudence.