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He said Stewart, who had never received a federal contract before, was led astray by an unnamed third party who had promised the goods and then failed to deliver.
For instance, an operator can click on a specific location and Spot will travel to it, using its onboard sensors to ensure that it doesn’t tip over or go astray along the way.
It is also less likely than other state-of-the-art image recognition models to be led astray by adversarial examples, which have been subtly altered in ways that typically confuse algorithms even though humans might not notice a difference.
You know, so many times people have been led astray or disappointed.
You can make mistakes or go astray for a while, but that doesn’t matter in the long run.
Olly is also working to ensure its communications are accurate so as not to lead shoppers astray when a listing says an item is in stock, when it actually isn’t.
Many shall come in my name, saying, 'I am he,' and shall lead many astray.
HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
And many false prophets shall arise, and shall lead many astray.
HIS LAST WEEKWILLIAM E. BARTON
Directors sometimes go astray and cases are constantly arising to determine their liability.
A repair to the car delayed us and we went several miles astray on the road.

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