misplacement


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mis·place

 (mĭs-plās′)
tr.v. mis·placed, mis·plac·ing, mis·plac·es
1.
a. To put into a wrong place: misplace punctuation in a sentence.
b. To mislay: I misplaced my wallet.
2. To bestow (confidence, for example) on an improper, unsuitable, or unworthy person or idea.

mis·place′ment n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.misplacement - faulty positionmisplacement - faulty position      
spatial relation, position - the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated; "the position of the hands on the clock"; "he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage"

misplacement

noun
The act or an instance of losing something:
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According to the release, allocating a whopping N15bn or 12% of the budget to the Office of the Governor over and above the Health and Education sectors which received 2% and 1% respectively is a disastrous misplacement of priority at a time when both sectors are in urgent need of attention.
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Once customers and businesses feed a device ID into the website, the window will turn red in the event of misplacement or theft of the device, and also caution that the device might not be workable anymore.
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The signs of abnormal memory loss that indicate the possibility of dementia include forgetting things like family members' names or birthdays, the inability to perform tasks that were previously familiar, or recurrent misplacement of items such as wallets, cell phones, or keys, especially in odd locations, such as the refrigerator or the oven.
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Considered a "never-event" in the United Kingdom (UK) and gaining increasing attention from US healthcare providers, the misplacement rate of NG (nasogastric) tubes which are intended to end in the stomach to deliver life-saving nutrition and medications are frequently not in the right spot.
In opinion, stigma and misplacement are some of the biggest challenges facing Queer Muslims today.
sup][6],[7] Misplacement of the superior vena cava (SVC) can lead to the perforation of the cava or the right atrium, which are associated with serious sequelae.