misarrangement


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misarrangement

(ˌmɪsəˈreɪndʒmənt)
n
incorrect or poor arrangement
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The donor page often has a misarrangement of information.
Gerson and Strong-Boag point out, for example, that it is this edition which "introduced misarrangement of the lines of the opening stanza of 'The Songster,' an error which remained uncorrected in all subsequent editions.
they whisper bondage to what women want: a man who learns she's not the only one who suffers from some misarrangement in the tides - he has his carved-at wrists his periodic urgency to suck the marble icon till it shatters into gravel underneath his naked back: