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The confusion of thought which has led to the misconceptions about defence as a method of war is due to several obvious causes.
SOME PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME STRATEGYJULIAN STAFFORD CORBETT
Concerning Manchuria and all the issues involved in the present struggle for its possession, all kinds of misconceptions are rife.
WHERE HALF THE WORLD IS WAKING UPCLARENCE POE
But the wide-spread belief that a Cardinal was necessarily a priest leads to misconceptions of the quality of the office.
TEN YEARS NEAR THE GERMAN FRONTIERMAURICE FRANCIS EGAN
There is one habit of the Bedawn which has given rise to misconceptions, and is worthy of notice.
TENT WORK IN PALESTINECLAUDE REIGNIER CONDER
Study the development of the idea in the same manner as in Misconceptions and Natural Magic.
BROWNING'S SHORTER POEMSROBERT BROWNING
Those sorts of misconceptions and exaggerations have to be allowed for.
THE COSMIC COMPUTERHENRY BEAM PIPER
Much of the popular ideas or misconceptions about the geological record is due to the Vestiges.
HUGH MILLERWILLIAM KEITH LEASK
Grotius, for instance, based two of his arguments for the existence of God on misconceptions of this kind.
These delays and difficulties occasioned some misconceptions.
THE RISE OF THE DUTCH REPUBLIC, VOLUME I.(OF III) 1555-66JOHN LOTHROP MOTLEY
Even among His own disciples, how forbearingly He endured their blindness, their misconceptions and hardness of heart!
THE MIND OF JESUSJOHN R. MACDUFF