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Surveys indicate that a growing number of Americans view partisan opponents not only as misguided but also as agents of evil.
Without a significant investment in streets, sidewalks and traffic flow solutions, residents in our core communities will once again suffer most from noble but misguided attempts to increase our housing supply and put downward pressure on rents.
Bringing the dog to the scene of the crime to enact the punishment is common — and is an especially misguided tactic.
People who think that we’re done sorting it out are misguided in one way or another.
The solution to the resentment some fans are feeling probably isn’t a misguided form of player-club loyalty on the part of the Rays.
Shares of startups are just not top-of-mind — often ignored or misunderstood — by many who look at gender pay inequities, although that could not be more misguided.
While such proposals acknowledge the visual stigma that ankle monitors carry for wearers, these solutions are misguided.
Since then FUSEE has been lobbying Congress, and trying to educate anybody who will listen, about the misguided fire policy that is leading to the megafires we are seeing today.
Because of the field’s misguided priorities, people who are trying to solve the world’s biggest challenges are not benefiting as much as they could from AI’s very real promise.
But, glad as was the schemer, his delight and sense of freedom were much inferior to those of his misguided and unlucky partner.

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