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misapplication

mis a pluh kay shuhn

  • n  wrong use or application
  • n  the fraudulent appropriation of funds or property entrusted to your care but actually owned by someone else

  • Charging waste, misapplication and misappropriation of assets, a group of minority stockholders in Standard Gas were ready to ask $100,000,000 from the directors and various .
  • Scherer's querulous misapplication of Christian discourse (followed by "Look to Facebook for Sarah Palin's response"!, snak snark snark) is not a promising development.
  • The most serious chargemisapplicationhe can defend best if he can prove that he gave his commander fair warning before he took 125 from the battery safe in lieu of back pay.
News & Articles

  • Wilson County woman accused of stealing thousands from La Vernia Chamber of Commerce
    WILSON COUNTY -- A business woman from Wilson County is in jail after being arrested by the Texas Rangers yesterday. Greater La Vernia Chamber of Commerce member Patsy Ritchey is being held at the Nacogdoches County Jail. The 54-year-old was picked up on two warrants, one for theft of $20,000-$100,000. The other for misapplication of judiciary funds $20,000 - $100,000. KENS 5 has not been able ...
    July 17, 2013 - KENS 5 San Antonio
  • Former Garden City Branch Manager charged with embezzlement
    A former branch manager at Landmark National Bank in Garden City, Kan., has been charged with embezzling more than $99,999 from the bank, U.S. Attorney Barry Grissom said today. Sheri L. Green, 52, Garden City, Kan., was charged with one count of misapplication of bank funds. The indictment alleges that she stole the money from the bank over a period of time from Aug. 16, 2012, to Dec. 26, 2012 ...
    July 17, 2013 - The Dodge City Daily Globe
Quotes

  • Yar Adua in Earthtimes.org
    We must never abuse public trust either through misappropriation, misapplication, or outright stealing of public funds. Anyone who does so will have the full weight of the law to reckon with,Yar'Adua said Thursday.
  • Dale V. Sandstrom in Jamestown Sun
    On this record, we cannot say (Webb's) decision about the effect of the alleged juror misconduct was arbitrary, capricious or unreasonable, or a misapplication of the law,Sandstrom wrote.
  • James Henry Webb in Lynchburg News and Advance
    Webb called the body's failure to help the auto industry "a woeful misapplication of the priorities that should govern our stewardship as political leaders."

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