You've been misleading in every way.
So it's not misleading in that respect.
But it was misleading in a critical way.
The British High Court found that the film was false or misleading in 11 respects.
I have no idea whether or not Radiolab was misleading in requesting the interview.
We do not check that Profiles are correct and not misleading in every single case.
You wouldn't be misleading in a cordial conversation about a great deal with an acquaintance at the supermarket.
The title is a bit misleading in that Thomas grants that he doesn't know if the bluff was in fact a bluff or not.
Despite the online plugs being ruled misleading in June last year, Denton continues to publish them on his website.
That Hollywood ending last round, Sergio up, down, up, down, up is most certainly misleading in terms of a rematch.
Their news is so misleading to the public.
This is legal, but grossly misleading to donors.
That's foolish of him, and misleading to his readers.
Comments This film is misleading to people who are not familiar with Rastafarianism.
But it's really missing two key factors that would be misleading to the uninitiated.
This makes the labelling misleading to those who don't understand what has been done.
All information on a package, whether in symbols or words, must be neither false nor misleading to the consumer.
The popularity of free verse in contemporary poetry is often misleading to all those that consider writing poetry.
Talk about posting an article which is completely misleading to people who may have never had discussions with Muslims.
And while the final score may tell one story of Game 1, it can be misleading to how the game unfolded on Thursday night.
This is misleading for two reasons.
It is very misleading for the People too.
I feel the ads where misleading for this device.
Incidentally the word ' e-book ' can be somewhat misleading for newbies to the business.
I think that's misleading for people who do not have a solid understanding of statistics.
So I just think for Ann to say LLETZ and smears are the same is quite misleading for people.
It is misleading for the government to justify this change by saying it reflects changes made in the UK in 1994.
In our view, the focus on territorial integrity has always been misleading for most of the peoples of the world.
No discount is applied to unlisted funds that simulate liquidity and that can be totally misleading for investors.
Given the vast differences nationwide, it's misleading for us to pinpoint a countrywide average accommodation price.
I t is misleading as well as interesting.
Metaphors can be misleading as well as enlightening.
The name of the event is misleading as the mileage varies.
The term is misleading as a description of the relationship between judge and jury.
My lawyer advised it's totally misleading as to how they offer it's free and it's not.
Second of all, the part about Jeep being built in China is MISLEADING as the caption says.
The title seems a bit misleading as the article (and the use of a relay) mentions switching the light on and off.
To put all the high cards in the hand of the soundtrack is as potentially misleading as to ignore sound altogether.
However that's a bit misleading as the courses include students who are retaking it after failing it the first time.
While we're at it with Strootman, enough of the ' new Roy Keane ' moniker -- that's very misleading as a comparison.
It is you who are being misleading about the whole matter.
There was nothing false or misleading about the commercial.
Elop was accidentally or deliberately misleading about that.
A feminist chick in school accused me of rape for being misleading about my age.
The Darusman Panel is grossly misleading about the way in which surrendees were handled.
I'd pretty sure they said no combined shipping available so I don't see what is misleading about it.
I admired him in opposition but now feel that he was being somewhat misleading about what he would do in power.
I can understand your point of leaving out the personal notes, but there is nothing misleading about this article.
What was misleading about my remarks by the way? These are real cases and i bet everyone on here knows of similar ones.
It is acceptable to keep records of events that happened in error, provided those records are not misleading about the facts.
It is not the misleading of Nigeria.
I do not like her for all her misleading of the public.
Money is behind the misleading of consumers, says Terry.
I do not mean lies, I am not advocating the deliberate misleading of the visiting public.
Why? The Qur'an allows for the misleading of enemies and infidels as a means of attaining victory.
Shows a mis-understanding or willful misleading of keynesian economics, almost certianly the latter.
The verdict It was misleading of Mr Cameron to say the HMIC expects more bobbies to be out on the beat by March.
Dean Baker, with respect Sir, it is misleading of you to claim that a financial transaction tax could raise $150bn or more in the US.
The misleading of American citizens was uncalled for! I read the report of Gen Ham,, He had men ready to go and was told to stand down.
But it's misleading of those who claim that the widespread ownership of guns in the US has a deterrent impact compared to the restrictions here.
This is misleading on two fronts.
Deliberate misleading on a massive scale.
The article is misleading on many points.
Determining a short term investment strategy could be misleading on several grounds.
The article 5 simplifies this piece of history so much that it could be misleading on this point.
You have to do a program on cleaning supplies a bet you there is no much misleading on those product too.
Posted by: Fourth Stooge November 2, 2008, 8:52 pm 8:52 pm Matt Drudge's headline is misleading on this story is misleading.
Your entire existence appears given over to smearing, obfuscating,, distracting and misleading on behalf of the National Party.
And over the past year, the Wall Street Journal opinion page was misleading on climate science more than 80 percent of the time.
Te Ara is quite misleading on the subject of the Queens Chain and seems to have no appreciation for how common law rights arise.
The court's response: That is misleading by omission.
When you say Waziristan you are misleading by diluting the issue.
But if those opinions are not honest ones, then they are misleading by definition.
Paradox of competitiveness Indices present a weak empirical foundation that can be misleading By Dr.
But if you turn away, then upon you shall also fall the sin (of misleading by your example) the Copts.
However, again it can be argued that it is misleading by omission of any real fiscal downside analysis in particular.
Our Muslim brothers and sisters were misleading by some media by creating false news and posted fake photos in paper.
I can have no reason to think or imply that my reviewer was lying -- that he was intentionally misleading by omission.
Once again i am not misleading by saying that their are non- Christian sources that corroborate the life, words, death and resurrection of Jesus.
The ad, featuring Usain Bolt and Richard Branson, was challenged as misleading by rival BT and regulator the Advertising Standards Authority agreed.
So stats can be misleading at times but not all the time.
Statistics can be both helpful and misleading at the same time.
Though such stats are misleading at the very best for my liking.
I believe that to imply a careful deconstruction is safer is misleading at this point.
However, sketches can be misleading at times as the witness does not always give the best description.
It was this niggling feeling that that one statement, though so true at times is so misleading at others.
The comparison was already misleading at that time, for M'Vila's qualities seemed a lot different than Vieira's.
While number may be misleading at times, quality is the ultimate criterion of any camera, especially an SLR system camera.
Perhaps he meant to use it as an exemplar to explain an economic process, but as written it is misleading at at odds with history and economic fact.
If you were emitting visible light that would likely mean you were on fire! squidgeny The terminology can be really misleading at times (but maybe it's just me).
That's a little misleading because of a downward trend over the last two-plus months.
I think the toughness of the schedule is a little misleading because of the Phillies.
Yes, a positive correlation is misleading because of the potential for reverse causality.
Our voter registration files are often misleading because of the way we have to declare our party.
This isn't a contentious point; it isn't wrong, but I think the conclusions are a bit misleading because of it.
The concept of ' gentlemanly capitalism ' invented by Cain and Hopkins is also misleading because of its ambiguity.
Comparisons of average house prices are misleading because of distortions caused by changes in the mix of houses sold.
Exodus 12 in almost any English translation, particularly at verse 6, is somewhat misleading because of a peculiar Hebrew idiomatic expression.
However, a formal psychometric approach in the validation of this type of questionnaire could be misleading because of the lack of clearly related domains or dimensions.
When asked if they agreed that animal experimentation can be misleading because of anatomical and physiological differences between animals and humans, 88% of doctors agreed.
Fareed, please stop being misleading with statistics, and stop bashing the US like you always do.
Misleading with paperone computer is to consider materials as they are and to generate support users.
Most sites out there who claim to give out great reviews on tech gadgets may be too misleading with what they write about the product.
As with so many recently published books this one suffers from a pop-culture sounding title which is deliberately eye-catching, but misleading with its grandiose claim.
Report abuse June 29, 2010, 8:08 am kammy from uk says: UKPATRIOT you are misleading with your hate filled BNP agenda, its people like you that create hate and scaremongering get a life.
Welsh media reported that the stats for Cardiff Met were misleading with the last year's census of CVs revealing a doc rate of over 40% - middle of the range - let's get the facts straight.
Overall form and style can also be misleading due to subsequent additions and alterations.
Another good example is diabetes, which is also misleading due to the use of blood sugar indicators.
Bald statistics can be misleading Bald statistics, without a breakdown, can be misleading due to the high rates of movement.
The seal has itself, on occasions, been branded as misleading due to its usage on products containing just 30 per cent certified beans.
Similar analyses are often misleading due to compounding circumstances such as a disease, family problems, medication, and even a wrong choice of bedtime (e.
The service manuals are worse than useless, to the point of being directly misleading due to a one-size-fits all approach to similar but not identical procedures.
I think the Dove ' before and after ' photo is slightly misleading due to the lighting -- it wasn't quite so blonde before and the change was actually more subtle.
However, figures can be misleading due to the larger household sizes compared with Europe or the USA, plus large hostel-accommodated expatriate populations in some countries.
In no way is your contest misleading from my point of view.
It was misleading from the beginning of the season, just like ALL the other mysteries were misleading.
Case by case summations are more misleading from a regulatory standpoint and create ambiguity going forward, better to clean house with a big fuck off anti doping stick.
It is an offence to make a statement or produce evidence that is false or misleading regarding proof-of-age.
That title, with its almost parodically positivist screamers, is nicely misleading regarding the content of Allelujah! Don't Bend! Ascend!
While this claim is misleading regarding the novelty of such a strain, I believe it was truthful regarding the process by which such a strain was created.
This being so, a deva is not a God in the usual sense, and the word is apt to be misleading through its association with Western theism.
This is one of those comments I find questionably misleading without greater context.
Consequently, it is difficult to imagine that he could write something so misleading without calculating aforethought.
In effect, reported ratios of administrative spend are so arbitrary as to be misleading without a detailed investigation of the underlying cost elements.
I assume he is safe, but is he the safest? As far as I know, no obstetrician publishes stats on their own results, and the stats themselves could be misleading without context.
I assume he is safe, but is he the safest? /quote As far as I know, no obstetrician publishes stats on their own results, and the stats themselves could be misleading without context.
The CCLA is concerned that these records may be misleading without sufficient context and be unfair to the subject of the records who may not be in a position to refuse to disclose those records.