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Use "distorting" in a sentence
"S. O'BRIEN: Well, after two best-selling books, "Bias" and "Arrogance," that blasted the media for what he calls distorting the news, journalist Bernard Goldberg is turning his pen on a rogues 'gallery of cultural villains in his new book."
"But Liddy believes it is time to reassess the effectiveness and the need for the support measures and to remove what he calls a distorting effect and a lever by which the majors are tightening their grip on the market - taking over independent non-bank lenders like Wizard and Rams - while foreign banks are packing up and going home."
"Anyone who acknowledges these rankings as somewhat valid is complicit in distorting an appropriate world perspective and should feel ashamed."