3E and the NLWRFS clearly misdefine
the required NLW capabilities and mislead the development of future NLW, decreasing the chances of new nonlethal technologies emerging that answer the demands of the future complex security environment.
Such metaphors matter, because they misdefine
249) The danger is heightened because leaders who may in fact provide the correct definition of the enemy do not retain sole control over the discourse and framing of the enemy; other independent actors can misdefine
the enemy along ethnic, racial, or religious lines, leading to grave abuses against innocents.
Unfortunately, those who misdefine
it as a science or part of science are prone to assume that the key attribute of a capable engineer is new scientific knowledge and to think that the best engineers are therefore unlikely to be middle-aged.
in redefining their role in society, women have begun to redefine, or misdefine
, manhood .
The law-study points out that the one article by economists that focuses on predatory QV investments (41) misdefines
As Carey has long noted, the transmission view of news misdefines
public life as a technocratic process of information circulation, dissemination, and retrieval, rather than as dramatic, ritual participation in common experience.
Readers unfamiliar with this notion should beware that Hooker misdefines
it on p.
Hopkins' term "out-rides" as "extra syllables within a line" (80); he does not seem to know that Auden's poem "Streams" is syllabic (77).
For example, Chapter 8 misdefines
the sample variance (p.