This was a wishful misreading.
But maybe that's me misreading him.
But that would be misreading Icahn’s intention.
This is a misreading of the positions of both Schiller and Kant, however.
Several of the replies to Coulter's tweet criticized the apparent misreading of the chart.
LONDON — Britain and the European Union made a “catastrophic misreading” of Russia and President Vladimir V.
It's difficult to parse when someone is unintentionally misreading the situation, or has more malicious motives.
The naïve Catherine of “Northanger Abbey” views the world through the prism of her beloved Gothic novels, misreading reality.
There is a straightforward misreading of Foot’s naturalism that misconstrues what is natural about Foot’s naturalism (Andreou 2006).
Mojica said that he remembered “misreading a moment and foolishly trying to kiss Abby” but that the episode had a “very different tone.”
But even some GOP strategists and Republican voters note it doesn't account for the rapid demographic changes in the suburbs and may be misreading the top concerns of voters he's trying to retain.
In this sense, it has been argued that Kennedy’s actions (which were highly prudent in the context of Cuba, and may have saved the world from nuclear war) were based on a misreading of First World War history.
Collins, the Columbus defense attorney, told me that such prosecutions promote a grotesque misreading of the complexity of addiction; it is obscene, he said, to equate overdose deaths with “hard-core murder cases.”
“Pope Francis’ talk today was a stunning letdown, a catastrophic misreading of the grief and outrage of the faithful,” said Anne Barrett Doyle, a leader of BishopAccountability.org, which tracks incidents of abuse in the church.
Feldman, who served as special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under President Barack Obama, said: “It was a complete misreading of the U.S. political environment — the executive branch, the Hill and the American public.
…his critical theory, and in The Anxiety of Influence (1973) and A Map of Misreading (1975), he systematized one of his most original theories: that poetry results from poets deliberately misreading the works that influence them.
Xi openly for the government’s handling of the turmoil, there is quiet grumbling that his imperious style and authoritarian concentration of power contributed to the government’s misreading of the scope of discontent in Hong Kong, which is only growing.
• Simon Jenkins’ breathtaking (and flippant) misreading of Welsh history – “Wales has no great claim of maltreatment as, since Henry VIII, it has been administered as one ‘England and Wales’ and showered with subsidies” – only serves to show why there is a rise in support for self-government in Wales.
With the publication of Yeats (1970), Bloom began to extend his critical theory, and in The Anxiety of Influence (1973) and A Map of Misreading (1975), he systematized one of his most original theories: that poetry results from poets deliberately misreading the works that influence them.
"Wearing the uniform doesn't protect Black people from racism," Brookshire said, explaining that "this idea that black folks are somehow cloaked or protected because they are in uniform, because they serve in the military, or that somehow their skin color is not an issue once they join this institution is a farce and a misreading of history."
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Wearing the uniform doesn't protect Black people from racism Brookshire said explaining that this idea that black folks are somehow cloaked or protected because they are in uniform because they serve in the military or that somehow their skin color is not an issue once they join this institution is a farce and a misreading of history