Thesaurus / misunderstanding
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The lone concern I had then, and remains my concern now, is that instability in this relationship could arise only from mutual misunderstanding as to our respective countries’ intentions and our domestic needs.
TRUMP’S MOST POPULAR YOUTUBE AD IS A STEW OF MANIPULATED VIDEOGLENN KESSLER, MEG KELLYSEPTEMBER 17, 2020WASHINGTON POST
“There is lots of misunderstanding about when to use what test,” he said.
SPIT VS. SWAB? SCIENTISTS SAY NEW STUDIES SUPPORT USE OF ‘SALIVA TESTS’ FOR COVIDLEE CLIFFORDSEPTEMBER 5, 2020FORTUNE
A misunderstanding of a previous Oxford study in April 2020 led many to believe that 60% adoption of digital contact tracing apps is required before they can have any effect.
CORONAVIRUS TRACING APPS CAN SAVE LIVES EVEN WITH LOW ADOPTION RATESPATRICK O'NEILLSEPTEMBER 2, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The common misunderstanding about first-party data, according to Meron, is that this data comes from identifying elements such as email addresses or usernames from logged in users.
‘CONTEXTUAL ON STEROIDS’: HOW INSIDER IS TRACKING AND SCALING AUDIENCE BEHAVIOR USING FIRST-PARTY DATAKAYLEIGH BARBERJULY 29, 2020DIGIDAY
Of course, now we’re seeing how much of a misunderstanding that is.
WHY IT TOOK SO LONG FOR POLITICIANS TO TREAT THE CHILD CARE CRISIS AS A CRISISCLARE MALONE (CLARE.MALONE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JULY 16, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Misunderstanding the implications of education and setting false priorities are also frequently invoked.
THE CIVILIZATION OF ILLITERACYMIHAI NADIN
He blanked the screen while Kellogg was trying to tell him that it was all a misunderstanding.
LITTLE FUZZYHENRY BEAM PIPER
A misunderstanding between the trio resulted in the withdrawal of the two medical men before the structure was completed.
FLORIDA: PAST AND PRESENTSAMUEL CURTIS UPHAM
"Oh, there's surely been a misunderstanding," repeated Ethel Lacey.
JANE ALLEN: RIGHT GUARDEDITH BANCROFT
It had been a long day, and then the misunderstanding in the middle of it had told considerably upon the nerves of both.
THE PINES OF LORYJOHN AMES MITCHELL
WORDS RELATED TO MISUNDERSTANDING
- all wet
- at fault
- barking up wrong tree
- confused with
- off base
- off track
- under wrong impression
- way off
- wide of mark
- wrong number
- wrongly identified
- battle royal
- difference of opinion
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