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Use "mislabeling" in a sentence
"Even if you're someone who eats meat--or, like me, someone who doesn't eat meat but does wear some leather in the form of belts and shoes--you must surely be disturbed by the practice of trapping and skinning dogs and yes cats for their fur, and then "mislabeling" said fur as fake or as a type of fur less upsetting to some Westerners, for example raccoon."
"SURVIVING PARTIES AND OTHER GET-TOGETHERS 1. arriving overdressed/underdressed 2. arriving without a gift 3. deciding whether to hug, kiss, or shake hands 4. forgetting a name 5. mislabeling people 6. pretending to understand something you don’t 7. drinking with alcoholics 8. getting caught telling tales 9. not liking the food"
"The PSLs are also engaged in several collaborative programs within their regions that include topics such as mislabeling of blood specimens, wrong-site surgery, falls and central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI)."