misinterpretation


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a failure to understand correctly

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To exclude any doubt with respect to implications of these activities, the President should clarify what is the extent or risk misinterpretation,' he added.
A misinterpretation response was defined as an HSIL case undercalled as either negative for intraepithelial lesion or malignancy (NILM)/benign or LSIL, whereas a false-negative response was defined as an HSIL case undercalled as NILM/benign.
Extremists select and choose isolated verses of religious texts, which through misinterpretation and misquotation, are used spread hate and intolerance.
Since the devolution debates of the last 30-odd years and the setting up of Parliaments for the national regions of the UK, with a corresponding confidence and pride, among the people of Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales, there seems to be a concerted effort to undermine this by the use of a misinterpretation of DNA results.
He hit out at the "brutal misinterpretation of Islam" after arriving in Jordan - a country rocked by the murder of one of its air force pilots.
Along with the Civil Rights Act of 1964, PL 89-10, the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965 which was intended to address educational inequality, the misinterpretation of this law has negatively impacted the education of the child who is deaf by placing him/her in a public school classroom that is often not appropriate, is most restrictive, and not language accessible.
The paper wonders whether this is an attempt at manipulation or just misinterpretation of the agreement between the Federation of Trade Unions and the Organization of Employers.
The new agreements have been designed to regulate the relationship between the parties involved in property transactions and to avoid problems that arise from misinterpretation with documents.
Nasa put the earlier ban down to a misinterpretation of its policy on foreign nationals.
The foreign ministry source explained that the misinterpretation of the spokesman's remarks had been unprofessional, adding: "The selection of the title (of the published story) and subject in this inappropriate way and the distortion of the statements made by the spokesman, whether intentionally or unintentionally, raise doubts about the intentions behind this.
They further show how its misuse or non-use in anaesthesia trials has led to widespread and profound misinterpretation of the results of clinical trials, even widely-cited ones, with potentially adverse implications for clinical practice.
Wars have been fought, lives have been lost and arguments have started because of misinterpretation.
Misinterpretation of religious texts leads to wrongful practices -- Mohammad
Pakistan has long called for talks to end the Afghan war and Eide's comments were a misinterpretation of its aims, he said.
CDATA[ The International Court of Justice claimed Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria are illegal, based on misinterpretation of the Fourth Geneva Convention.