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  • n  something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
  • v  time incorrectly

  • Will Shanghai become the ultimate monument to mistiming in the overly hopeful 1990s? Or a gloomy memorial to Asian hubris at its perversely optimistic peak--a contagion so strong .
  • The reason: the average investor held fund shares for just 30 months, often mistiming the market.
  • The reason: the average investor held fund shares for just 30 months, often mistiming the market.
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    It wasn't as bad as I thought it was. A few turnovers and things like that. A lot of it was just mistiming. Made some pretty good reads, got my guys some pretty good looks,Kobe Bryant said of his season debut.
    Dec. 9, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
Quotes

  • James Vaughan in Setanta Sports
    I ended up mistiming it and going over the ball with two feet,Vaughan told the club's official website. "It was an accident and there was nothing malicious in it. I am just glad I didn't seriously hurt the player."
  • Sachin Tendulkar in Indiatimes
    Asked about the plan they followed during their 189-run fourth-wicket stand, Tendulkar said "the plan was to score quick runs. The target was to achieve four and half to five runs an over. Thus I got out mistiming a ball."
  • Ron Boswell in The Australian
    Liberal National Party senator Ron Boswell said a government initiative to introduce indigenous "welcome to country" ceremonies at the opening of parliament was "a masterpiece of mistiming" when it's backed Queensland in locking up "wild...

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