Misconceived sentence example

misconceived
  • The points by which he told on Europe were all implicit in Aristotle, but Averroes set in relief what the original had left obscure, and emphasized things which the Christian theologian passed by or misconceived.
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  • The judge said: " With respect that is fundamentally misconceived.
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  • With hindsight, the Government's initial optimism and its failure to impose an instant ban on animal movement were completely misconceived.
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  • Building new airport capacity at the rate projected would leave the UK with seriously misconceived investment in ' stranded assets ' .
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  • The interpretation of the Marduk texts is also hopelessly misconceived.
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  • For this reference to logic he has been severely blamed, but the precise nature of the debt due to the commonly accepted logical classification is very generally misconceived.
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  • The idea of a mechanical pump is not only hopelessly simplistic, but also flat-out misconceived.
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  • Most important, inviting people back to church is deeply misconceived.
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  • And we work for positive change by campaigning and raising awareness of arthritis, an often misconceived condition.
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  • Better the sinner that repenteth, you might reasonably think, for this was always a wholly misconceived policy initiative.
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  • The position of the first Tudor king is misconceived if his early years are regarded as a time of strong governance and well-established order.
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