The secrets of earth and sky and the links that bind them, we felicitate ourselves we are on the road to discover; but our neighbours' heart and mind we misread
, we misjudge, we condemn now as ever.
"I beg your pardon; I must have misread
your watch in setting my own by it."
In short, the poor girl (for what could she know of the criminal intellect, which its own professed students perpetually misread
, because they persist in trying to reconcile it with the average intellect of average men, instead of identifying it as a horrible wonder apart) could get by no road to any other conclusion than that he WAS a terrible man, and must be fled from.
The Morrisseys had sued the HSE, Quest Diagnostics and MedLab Pathology Limited after two smear tests were misread
, in 2009 and 2012.
Chuka Umunna, Anna Soubry and Heidi Allen of Change UK may have misread
the political mood
And the same can be said for hundreds of women who were mistakenly given the all-clear after their smear tests were misread
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court of Pakistan has observed that the Lahore High Court (LHC) had misread
the evidence and had not demonstrated the requisite care in examining the record by ignoring many critical aspects in Khadija Siddiqui stabbing case which occasioned failure of justice.
More generally, he argues, people misread
it if they think it leaves a place for any account according to which the truth of thinking depends on something that is external to thinking.
The invitation card of the event, however, became the centre of attraction on social as several people misread
launch' as lunch' on the card.
BEARS' director of cricket Dougie Brown insisted both teams would have misread
the pitch after his decision to bowl first backfired on day one of their match against Nottinghamshire.
These deaths are from prescriptions handwritten by sloppy physicians misread
or misinterpreted by unquestioning pharmacists, resulting in wrong medication taken by patients.
Robert Blakemore, prosecuting, said Fleming was causing a female nurse and others in the A&E "considerable distress." Dafydd Roberts, for Fleming, said it was possible that the nurse had misread
the situation, because Fleming was hard-of-hearing.