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Hindenburg also panned the Nikola One, the company’s first semi truck, calling it “not a real truck” and said it corroborated a Bloomberg story from June about the company exaggerating its capabilities.
In June, Bloomberg News reported that, according to people familiar with the matter, Milton had exaggerated the capabilities of its debut big rig during an unveiling event in December 2016.
Street artists often take news stories, rumours and public information and reflect and exaggerate them.
Concerns and anxiety can sometimes tip into the unhelpful range, however, when your mind exaggerates a threat, explains Lee, the psychologist.
So there’s a supposed psychological phenomenon — bystander apathy — that turns out to be misinterpreted, or exaggerated.
Consequently there is so universal misery that no words could exaggerate it to your Majesty.
It is almost impossible to describe them without appearing to exaggerate.
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
Come and see me, we will laugh and talk, but don't exaggerate what I am worth, for I am worth very little.
CAMILLE (LA DAME AUX CAMILIAS)ALEXANDRE DUMAS, FILS
The Félibres put forth great claims for the richness of their vocabulary, and they undoubtedly exaggerate.
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
Monsieur has been somewhat misled, it would seem, by his friend who was witty at my expense and inclined to exaggerate.

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