However, we think it is important not to mischaracterise
our set, where we believe strongly in treating everyone fairly regardless of gender, orientation, race, religion, or anything else.
And then the next day we had that telephone call but then you saw how straightaway even the telephone call became a focus of division because both sides blamed each other, trying to sort of mischaracterise
it; and we saw there is so little trust between the different groups.
We're proud of the work we do, notwithstanding recent and wilful attempts by some to mischaracterise
It is harder to mischaracterise
opponents or deny basic political realities in long-form essays.
An alternative strategy is to mischaracterise
workers as 'trainees' or 'apprentices' to achieve similar outcomes.
The last IAEA report, despite efforts to mischaracterise
its findings, was not conclusive.
Therefore, the raison d'etre of his craft is to stab, maul, mock, abuse, insult, maltreat, lampoon, mischaracterise
, harm, torture, poke, taunt and offend Islam and its ethos.
It is 'odious and repugnant' to devalue the life of a disabled person by suggesting that such a person would have been better off not to have been born into a life with disabilities But this is to mischaracterise
Unfortunately, I have seen editorials that mischaracterise
negotiations as an agreement.
You can mischaracterise
what they do, even lie about it.
The former first lady said she had fought her "entire life" for civil rights, and accused the Obama campaign of "such an unfair and unwarranted attempt to misinterpret and mischaracterise
The photographs and related reports mischaracterise
the true nature of events and the relationship.