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Of course, the newspapers of the land lived up to the reactionary policy of the ruling class, and the destroyed socialist press was misrepresented and vilified, while the Black Hundreds were represented as true patriots and saviours of society.
The analyst does not believe GE's financial statements purposely misrepresent the company's current financial condition and future potential liabilities.
The lawsuit said that despite having repeatedly been told they have no authority to use her name, the Fenty trademark or speak on Rihanna's behalf, Ronald Fenty and his business partners had continued to misrepresent an affiliation with her.
The minister said dragging his comment towards Sikh sentiments is a deliberate attempt to misrepresent and mislead.
The PTI chief said that his political opponents, aided by some in media, were seeking to misrepresent facts for their own 'desperate political ambitions'.
The authors misrepresent my opinion several times, saying "Ward agrees" to propositions I disagree with.
Fiscal Alliance to find votes by legislators that it can misrepresent or mischaracterize.
So, a powerful few deliberately and systematically misrepresent and reject the science, fending off attempts to pursue alternative energies or impose carbon taxes that could cover the mounting environmental and
NNA - Syrian massacres nowadays misrepresent true Islam, leading Hizbullah figure of party Political Council cleric Ibrahim al-Ameen, told the 4th annual meeting of party mothers and women auxiliaries in the Beq village of Riyaq today.
If the National Olympic Committee ( NOC) can misrepresent facts to an Olympic host, one wonders what's wrong in Madhura getting a card for herself, though it did cause a huge scare.
But PFA Scotland's lawyer, Margaret Gribbon of Bridge Litigation, said: "Mr Green's letter to clubs amounts to an attempt to deliberately misrepresent my clients' position.
It believes that its common tricks are not functional in the case of Iran and that the US should find new ways to confront the country," Jazayeri said."The US says if we cannot annihilate Iran we should put it in a cage and threaten its strategic backups," he added.Jazayeri also warned Iranian officials to keep vigilant against the soft plots hatched by the enemies against the country, and said, "Understanding dimensions of the soft war is a serious necessity, specially for a political country like the Islamic Republic of Iran."Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei has also repeatedly warned that enemies have hatched soft plots to misrepresent the realities in Iran, stressing that the move indicates enemies' weakness against the great Iranian nation.