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The Fairness Doctrine has often been conflated with the “equal time” rule for political candidates.
Video game-related media has conflated the people buying GameStop stock with gamers.
In a technology-driven world, people tend to conflate adaptability with technological change, especially when it comes to navigating adverse climates and places.
Gersberg, the microbiologist at SDSU, warned not to conflate sewage with toxic industrial chemicals.
According to Shoebridge, Australia’s future approach to trade with China will seek to conflate economic and political goals into a single policy, rather than treating them as separate tracks.
She didn’t, however, conflate SIAs with KSTs as Murphy originally reported.
Facebook exempted news organizations’ ads that promoted news stories from being treated as political after pushback that the site was conflating ads for journalism with political propaganda.
Hahn acknowledged in a tweet August 24 that he conflated absolute and relative risk.
We often conflate wonder with curiosity, but they are different.

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