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mis a pree hen shuhn

  • n  an understanding of something that is not correct

  • The answers to these questions must begin by correcting a misapprehension: that the 19th century white man's greed for hides and virtual policy of genocide toward Native Americans .
  • His misapprehension is reinforced by a movie about camp life his father has produced, showing its inmates singing and dancing and repairing to a caf for light refreshment after .
  • The misapprehension that genius simply emerges unbidden is related to our mixed feelings about intelligence: we know Alex Rodriguez had to practice to become a great baseball .

  • Marvin Hier in The Associated Press
    He regrets any misapprehension that was created by his remarks,Hier said. "He said he was jogging and he shouldn't have used it. He certainly wasn't saying Meg Whitman was Joseph Goebbels."
  • David Gallop in The Canberra Times
    I spoke to Ricky Stuart, and he agrees with the position as it stands as well,Gallop said. "He [Orr] seemed to be under the misapprehension that the decision to stand Greg Bird down was made by the NRL. I advised him it was the Sharks'...
  • Annie Laurie Gaylor in Pioneer Press
    In its complaint, foundation president Annie Laurie Gaylor said the church "is under the misapprehension that it can conduct a major leafletting of the neighborhood without registering."

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