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That’s a high bar, and the power of social media to amplify false or misinterpreted messages and spread them far and wide is huge.
In our experience, the Halo could detect ups and downs in our voice, but seemed to misinterpret situations regularly.
Others worry about uttering the wrong word or being misinterpreted and facing backlash from administrators, parents or polarized community members.
Officials said the draft was removed because they feared the language could be misinterpreted as suggesting that airborne transmission is the main way the virus spreads.
Beginning in 2007, she published a series of papers arguing that the basic tools the federal government uses to generate manufacturing, import, and export statistics were misleading and frequently misinterpreted.
UNMADE IN AMERICATATE RYAN-MOSLEYAUGUST 14, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
You can not misinterpret me; I dont want Sue to be hurt, and I do not want you to be capable of hurting her.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
And then eagerly, as though she feared he might misinterpret, "Still, I should like them——"
THE SECRET WITNESSGEORGE GIBBS
Byron felt sure that his enemies would misinterpret his motives, and that no good would come of it.
BYRONRICHARD EDGCUMBE
I assure you I feel this, so do not misinterpret anything I say to you as being written in a flippant or critical spirit.
The tendency is to exaggerate the picturesque parts of the story and to misinterpret motives.
THE ISLAND MYSTERYGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM

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