misrepresent


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to give an inaccurate view of by representing falsely or misleadingly

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Dragging my comment towards "Sikh sentiments" is a deliberate attempt to misrepresent and mislead.
The authors misrepresent the scope of their own research.
In my 12 terms as Kate's predecessor in the Massachusetts legislature, I have had some of my votes misrepresented or mischaracterized by political opponents, and I assure you that it is not easy to refute all of the lies and half-truths.
In Australia, USA, UK, and Canada, politicians reject, misrepresent evidence on climate change - clinging to power associated with energy status quo
networks only depict what misrepresents and distorts the image of Islam.
At a time when there has been a huge uproar over one Madhura Nagendra spoiling the Indian march past at the opening ceremony, Gehlot has misrepresented his details to the LOCOG ( London Organising Committee).
Such evidence may be used in connection with external legal proceedings, should they be pursued, or, in the case of registered students or former members who misrepresent their status, for disciplinary purposes through the institute's internal processes.
Mr Herron claims the envelopes misrepresent the legal position, citing judgments issued by the High Court in parking cases and the National Parking Adjudication Service.
'While we were working with you when we agreed, we will work against you when we think you are trying to misrepresent our intentions or put up facetious arguments to restrict or limit or completely ban or outlaw the legitimate sports of angling and shooting.'
Section 303(a) concerns fraud performed for the company by management or employees who intended to materially misrepresent the entity's financial position and results of operations.
MICHAEL Jackson's lawyers asked for a mis-trial to be declared yesterday after it was suggested British journalist Martin Bashir's documentary was edited to misrepresent the singer.
In addition, the defendants have agreed to limit their future advertising to claims that are supported by competent and reliable scientific evidence and agree not to misrepresent that their products are supported by scientific studies.
Likewise, they should not misrepresent facts on a return or take materially false or misleading positions; see www.aicpa.org/about/code/ article4.htm.
Charitable fund raisers who deliberately misrepresent the actual amounts of money that will go to the beneficiaries may be prosecuted for consumer fraud.
I pointed out that although the person didn't lie in the technical sense, the implied intent was to misrepresent the situation--essentially to deceive.