When arguing with somebody you have to be careful not to mischaracterize
their viewpoint, so I won't mischaracterize
your view either, Kathy Rae.
Recognizing that we cannot address all instances of misinformation, AMS has focused instead on taking a more public stance when policy makers in leadership positions make statements that mischaracterize
He has sent his deepest condolences to the families of the martyrs President Masood Khan said that, "India has tried to deliberately mischaracterize
its aggression to hide its crimes against humanity in the Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Some officials, however, went beyond such true-but-irrelevant statements to blatantly mischaracterize
the IAEA report.
Nevertheless, a dissident stockholder attempted to mischaracterize
the vote on officer compensation as a referendum on the management fee that AeroCentury pays JMC notwithstanding that executive compensation is not the same as the management fee.
NGFA said was submitting comments after the Association of American Railroads and several individual carriers used the revenue-adequacy proceeding as an opportunity to oppose points raised by NGFA in a grain rail rate proceeding, "as well as to misstate and mischaracterize
the degree to which 'competition' exists in the agricultural rail marketplace.
Fiscal Alliance to find votes by legislators that it can misrepresent or mischaracterize
Solomon's statements "fundamentally misquote or mischaracterize
statements by Boeing executives and actions taken by the company," he added.
The association is concerned that proponents of EPP legislation often mischaracterize
commercial cleaning products as "unsafe" or "risky" to the environment.
This has required neocons to mischaracterize
many of the main policy issues they have addressed, playing up imaginary threats, particularly that of militant Islam.
While the importance is undeniable, many organizations and news outlets mischaracterize
the Hamdi ruling as a landmark decision in defense of the Bill of Rights.
To the Editor: In "Bioethics, Conflicts of Interest, the Limits of Transparency," Lynn Jansen and Daniel Sulmasy mischaracterize
bioethics expert testimony before juries.