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gor buhld

  • v  make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
  • s  lacking orderly continuity

  • The radio conversation was routine until the last transmission from the plane, which was garbled.
  • Then the Van Climbers scowl and growl at the inaccuracy of the garbled stories, threaten to sue the offending journals.
  • Armed with such specific knowledge, researchers may someday understand exactly why these instructions are occasionally garbled and, perhaps, why cancer and other gene-influenced .
News & Articles

  • To Jana Stepp
    Hi Jana, You left a message on my home phone and the phone number you left was a bit garbled and I was not able to make it out to return your phone call concerning your fall classes for your little school at church.
    June 14, 2013 - High Plains Observer
  • Supreme Court Gets Decision Right, Science Wrong, on Gene Patents
    The Supreme Court got some very basic facts of biology wrong in today's decision about gene patents. They got the decision right, in this writer's opinion, but it's worrisome that the facts are so garbled.
    June 13, 2013 - Forbes
  • Report: Al-Qaida online magazine reportedly sabotaged by U.S.
    The al-Qaida online magazine Inspire reportedly was hacked by U.S. intelligence officials in an effort to sabotage it, according to The Washington Post. And the hacking seemed to do its job, at least temporarily, according to the report. When the magazine was published on May 14, the Post reported, its first page appeared garbled and [...]
    June 12, 2013 - The Lookout via Yahoo! News

  • David Miliband in International Herald Tribune
    He got a more accurate representation of UK concerns than the garbled reports in the French Private Eye, Le Canard Enchaine,Miliband wrote, likening the French publication to Britain's weekly satirical magazine Private Eye.
  • Iqbal Sacranie in BBC News
    Secretary general Sir Iqbal Sacranie said Panorama had used "deliberately garbled quotes in an attempt to malign the Muslim Council of Britain".
  • Kelvin Sampson in Terre Haute Tribune Star
    I actually know the words now,Sampson joked. "I got the Indiana part, but the rest of the words are a little bit garbled."

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