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He will not endure, with his visit to Corinth close at hand, that there should be any misapprehension as to their relations.
More often than not this is the result of a misapprehension of what houses are for.
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR GIRLSMARGUERITE STOCKMAN DICKSON
I should not like to ask an indulgent and idle public to saunter about with me under a misapprehension.
SAUNTERINGSCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
This would prevent the misapprehension of the gentleman mentioned by Mr. Boudinot.
But you, under some misapprehension of your duties, appear to assume that I am guilty until I have proved myself innocent.
THE CRIME CLUBWILLIAM HOLT-WHITE
He had been brought to the Opera House under a misapprehension.
LONG LIVE THE KINGMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
And the whole thing is out of date, and a misapprehension of the genius of Christianity.
She had formed some misapprehension of Dave's surrounding influences, which seemed hard to clear up.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
There was, through some misapprehension, a delay in reporting this answer to Farnese.
There can be no question that this simple incident has given rise to the misapprehension to which we have just alluded.

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