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Asked whether the poison dose had been miscalculated, he said operatives had “added a bit more” to be sure.
If you hadn’t seemed too enamored of him before the breakup, well, perhaps you’d just miscalculated your feelings.
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Conventional aircraft always take off with a bit of fuel to spare, but they can always make an emergency landing if they miscalculate.
They plainly miscalculated both the BA and Marriott fines by a huge margin, and they don’t really deny it.
They had miscalculated their plans for conquest, and from that miscalculation arises our good fortune.
He made a miscalculation during the forenoon and received warning; a second offense would mean punishment.
Napoleon made a miscalculation, as most critics think, in giving Grouchy so large a force.
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The cause may have been physical or it may have been moral, but it was probably a political miscalculation.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE
Ignorance of this fact has very frequently led to a miscalculation of the time of confinement.
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The miscalculation in my case happened to be the opposite way, but his reverence did not think proper to lose his jest.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN

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