misplace


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Related to misplace: pestering, Mise en place
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Synonyms for misplace

lose

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  • lose
  • mislay
  • miss
  • be unable to find
  • lose track of
  • put in the wrong place
  • be unable to put or lay your hand(s) on
  • forget the whereabouts of
  • misfile

Synonyms for misplace

to be unable to find

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Synonyms for misplace

place (something) where one cannot find it again

place or position wrongly

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This is a system process flow, it combine the inventory part and misplace part in once.
Furthermore, in this home page it will have an extra button which is "Misplace Book" button.
In misplace part, the information for both manual misplace and automatic misplace are same which are the title of the books misplaced, misplace and correct place for the particular book.
When C# program run, the command will create four more permanent tables which are Reader, inventory_latest, misplace and correct_place.
After click the "Misplace Book" button, the program will disable the button to make sure no second Manual Misplace Page appear.
If the program run this misplace part before, it will go to the "Drop inventory_latest, misplace and correct_place table" step before it continue the "Save the latest data from inventory part to inventory_latest table" and "Compare the latest data table (inventory_latest) with original data table (Book)".
Next, the program will Show "Manual Misplace Page" with title, misplace and correct place for the misplaced book by using Query 4.
"It's the time of year when we all like to let our hair down and enjoy the sales and festivities, and perhaps unsurprisingly, many of us are likely to misplace our card at some point," Sullivan explains.
As the analysis regarding the Fourth Amendment made clear, a person who misplaces his confidence in someone who is cooperating with the government does not have a reasonable expectation of privacy.