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There’s no serious argument Hunter did not break the law or that it was misapplied.
POLITICS REPORT: SHIRLEY WEBER’S SHOES TO FILLSCOTT LEWISDECEMBER 26, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
There is now little question that Chauvin fatally misapplied the neck-restraint.
WHY SOME SENIOR OFFICERS ARE MAKING IT HARDER FOR POLICE DEPARTMENTS TO FIGHT RACISMMATTHEWHEIMERAUGUST 26, 2020FORTUNE
He may mutilate or misapply the component parts of his design, but he cannot originate a whole new architectural alphabet.
THE DECORATION OF HOUSESEDITH WHARTON
Does he lose his share, by continuing to misapply the lever-power provided for him by Nature?
A PRACTICAL ENQUIRY INTO THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATIONJAMES GALL
That which would be true in relation to one predicament, they misapply to another, to which it has no application at all.
COTTON IS KING AND THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENTSVARIOUS
He coupled the gift with a solemn curse and anathema upon all who should ever disturb or misapply the donation.
FRANCE AND THE REPUBLICWILLIAM HENRY HURLBERT
More frequently a later author will misapply the specific name of an older one.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN, VOLUME I (OF II)CHARLES DARWIN
Another way to make your tax odious is, to misapply the produce of it.
THE COMPLETE WORKS IN PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND MORALS OF THE LATE DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, [VOL 3 OF 3]BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
That laudable ambition is too commonly misapply'd and often ill employed.
THE COMPLETE WORKS IN PHILOSOPHY, POLITICS AND MORALS OF THE LATE DR. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, [VOL 3 OF 3]BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
He has also come by just enough of folklore to misapply it, as note his reference to Abner and Roland.
JEPPE ON THE HILLLUDVIG HOLBERG

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