In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- At best it is naive, but at worst it is misleading and at times erroneous.
- The test remains rooted in an erroneous approach which starts from the wrong standpoint.
- There is an erroneous perception that high-profile players make good managers.
- There is nothing stated which is erroneous or wrong and there is no allegation that there is.
- Acting under this erroneous assumption, he passed on this alleged order to his company.
- Second, she makes the erroneous assumption that filesharing is similar to home taping.
- Even if the award was somewhat low it could not in any way be said to be wholly erroneous or wrong in principle, he submits.
- In addition, the chosen information was often misleading or erroneous.
- As a matter of fact, yesterday there was an erroneous report that he had been arrested.
- I hope that Mark's play is helping to change this erroneous perception.
- Of course it's always easy to look at others critically, make assumptions and proceed to erroneous conclusions.
- I read line after line of erroneous reporting, with the sole intention of discrediting a political candidate.
- Incorrect, difficult or erroneous readings must have been created over time by scribal error.
- We say that that contention is in fact erroneous because it asks the wrong question.
- But it would be erroneous not to concede that the grouping has lost much of its zest over the past decade or so.
- Our standards of accuracy are so low that often erroneous forecasts are applauded as if they were precise.
- To interpret such sayings without understanding the Arabic and its eloquence and its context is an erroneous path.
- This policy is but one of the Liberal reforms based on erroneous assumptions about poverty.
- I may have created the erroneous impression that I have done nothing but shop since being here.
- It is risky and erroneous to assume that terrorists will be deterred by criminal prosecution alone.
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Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.