Euphemism is a terminological inexactitude
, to use a Churchillian expression, for lying.
Despite their inexactitude
, these figures are politically significant in that they point to a substantive underclass living and working in the shadows of Canadian society.
The commissioners' resolution asserting that SB 941 is an unfunded mandate was a revealing act of inexactitude
SIR - Nigel Dix (Letters, April 29) cannot be allowed to get away with the terminological inexactitude
that Plaid Cymru MPs were among those who brought down the Labour Government in 1979.
PBD allows certain inexactitude
, such as certain inaccuracy in ILI data, for example, tool-sizing tolerance.
From the clumsy inexactitude
of his first try he moves to the exacting, marvelous figure of speech, but the editors reject it.
That is what Churchill called a terminological inexactitude
But the very fact that a person with a good Akkadian name might be labeled as an Amorite, for example, demonstrates the inexactitude
of this approach.
In general case the given substitutions give various, but close results, this is explained by inexactitude
of interpolation formulae.
One welcomes the Damascus Road conversion by Labour, but to say Conservative plans would lead to building in Grimescar is a terminological inexactitude
BILLY THE BUDGIE OLD Freddy had had Billy the Budgie Now, for well over eight weeks And Billy had made no effort to speak I'm giving you said Freddy one chance more Then you and your cage are oot the door Billy surveyed him with two beady eyes You think I can't speak well try this for size Now then Freddy I don't wish to be rude But you are accusing me of A Terminological inexactitude
I can speak well let your doubts be gone For my former owner was an Oxford don Eeh
Le mythe, dans son inexactitude
meme, nous pointe l'origine historique indicible a laquelle est adossee toute pratique langagiere.