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inaccurate

i nak yuh ruht

  • a  not exact
    an inaccurate translation
    the thermometer is inaccurate

  • By also being used as a British spy (who fed them inaccurate data), Armistead was able to travel freely between both sides.
  • But Ahmadinejad made the sharper, populist--if inaccurate--appeal: Mousavi represented the Tehran establishment, which was getting rich at the expense of average Iranians.
  • According to Smallen, BTS didn't realize its data was inaccurate until after it "was brought to our attention following JetBlue," he says, referring to the JetBlue tarmac delays at .
News & Articles

  • Netanyahu helps dedicate upgraded Holocaust exhibit at Auschwitz
    Inaccurate, dilapidated Communist-era display was remade by Israel’s Yad Vashem research center.
    June 14, 2013 - Washington Post
  • Department of Energy talked Hanford to death
    Your article on June 2, 2013, is inaccurate (along with the Web information). The waste storage tanks at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation were not made of stainless steel. They were made of ordinary low-carbon steel. The single shell tanks were not annealed, the double shell tanks were annealed to prevent corrosion.
    June 14, 2013 - The Olympian
  • MAR’s Record-Breaking May Pending Sales Numbers May Be Inaccurate
    A change in how MLS-PIN records pending sales, which took effect last month, has rendered the Massachusetts Association of Realtors' (MAR) most recent monthly count of pendings inaccurate.
    June 13, 2013 - Banker & Tradesman
Quotes

  • John McCain in New York Times
    I think those statements are wildly inaccurate, and there's no excuse for them,Mr. McCain said from Kabul on the ABC News program "This Week." "I believe we have to win here. I believe in freedom. But the fact is that I think that Mr....
  • Sarah Palin in FOXNews
    Much of the public's attitude toward Alaska bridges is based on inaccurate portrayals of the projects here,Palin said. "But we need to focus on what we can do, rather than fight over what has happened."
  • Bill Clinton in Washington Post
    A lot of the things that were said were factually inaccurate,Clinton said. "I did not ever criticize Senator Obama personally in South Carolina. ...... But I think whenever I defend her, I, A, risk being misquoted, and, B, risk being the...

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