misdraw

misdraw

(ˌmɪsˈdrɔː)
vb (tr) , -draws, -drawing, -drew or -drawn
to draw poorly or incorrectly
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1973), Pale Rider (1985), where, after an initial misdraw, the villain
The draw - or alleged misdraw - has already attracted controversy, with Brynmawr pulling out of what would have been their first cup encounter against Carmarthen Quins.
It is as though Ingres's style of drawing was selected in order to misdraw, and hence to express feelings that must require a psychological explanation, since there could be no possibility of ineptitude.
Covington points out, stray, prelabelled tubes can be a problem if left on the tray, but will never account for a misdraw if the tube -- rather than the requisition -- is checked against the armband, either before or after the draw to confirm identification.
If there is a misdraw, both tube and label must be discarded, but that's a small price to pay for proper specimen identification.
One wonders if Shiffrin misdraws the line between principles for individuals and principles for institutions, characterizing the practice of promising as subject to the former, as opposed to the latter.
Can this be correlated with misdraws or misidentified patients?