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"I made a misjudgment in the amount of strength I should use on the fellow, and I turned myself in the air," declared Fred.
FRANK MERRIWELL'S RACESBURT L. STANDISH
Another who was honest and constant to his work, erred by his perpetual misjudgment,—he lacked discretion.
HOW TO SUCCEEDORISON SWETT MARDEN
Perhaps something had turned up at last to prove to the Sark men their misjudgment!
It is misjudgment on the part of the manager, Mr. Middleton, as I said before, who is not a practical car builder.
The first misjudgment deranged the German plans, the second those of the Allies, while the third upset the minds of the world.
The latter believes himself to be the winner because of the confessed misjudgment of the trader.
THE PACIFIC TRIANGLESYDNEY GREENBIE
Ignorance of this basic social fact on both sides has given rise to much international misjudgment.
There is danger of possible misjudgment because of the great length of the firing lines.
For a singular misjudgment on this point see Prefatory Note infra.
A LETTER BOOKGEORGE SAINTSBURY
It might have been I who needed protection, who was running the risk of misjudgment—not she, a lonely woman.

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