Nothing holds men back from belief like that misinterpretation
It would be quite unjust to him to suppose that he could have entered into any coarse misinterpretation
of Dorothea: his own habits of mind and conduct, quite as much as the open elevation of her nature, saved him from any such mistake.
And I feared that it might lead to some possible misinterpretation
of me on the part of a person whom I dearly loved.
Nietzsche tells us here, in a poetical form, how deeply grieved he was by the manifold misinterpretations
and misunderstandings which were becoming rife concerning his publications.
A man living in the artificial social atmosphere which this man had never breathed would have felt painfully the worldly side of the situation -- its novelty and strangeness; the serious present difficulty in which it placed him; the numberless misinterpretations
in the future to which it might lead.
Kyrle exactly as it was, and then asked for his advice in return, expressed in plain, downright terms which he could comprehend without any danger of misinterpretations
According to European Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip, the Convention has prompted intensive public debates in some countries due to misinterpretation
of the term "gender".
Such a step will help combat the phenomena of terrorism, extremism and misinterpretation
through authentic Sharia texts", he said.
Such a document would allow the government to discuss the policy and avoid misinterpretation
, the two lawmakers said at a news forum in the House on Monday.
of HSIL is an important problem encountered by pathologists and cytotechnologists in daily practice.
e 10 percent of the total auction price of next generation mobile services (3G/4G), while terming it unlawful, baseless and based on a gross misinterpretation
of provision of the law.
Sikh leader Bhai Sahib, Bhai Mohinder Singh Ahluwalia, said, "Extremist select and choose isolated verses of religious texts, which through misinterpretation
and misquotation, are used spread hate and intolerance.