Popular writers are in some danger of misrepresenting this important result.
Modern critics, who were not present and knew neither, often accuse Aristotle of misrepresenting Plato.
responsible for the excesses committed by the subordinate departments of his government, in disclosing prosecuting and sometimes even fraudulently misrepresenting his aims and ends.
During a short visit paid by the emperor of Russia to Berlin in November Bismarck discovered that forged despatches misrepresenting the policy of Germany in the Eastern Question had been communicated to him.
Ignoring, concealing and misrepresenting are the characteristics of the Spring and Autumn.
misrepresenting the views of the local consumer.
And, moreover, he believed that Alexander was misrepresenting the teaching of Arius and doing him great injustice (cf.
Another type of identity theft involves a thief misrepresenting himself or herself as another person in order to open a new utility, insurance or phone account.
Misrepresenting yourself with younger pictures is a tactic some use in the online dating game to get ahead, but if you just don't look that way anymore, you run the risk of alienating a potential first date.
First critics alleged that the blue-eyed hunk was misrepresenting his age, then touted that the singer was gay, a rumor cleared up by the number of alleged affairs with beautiful women all over the world.
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