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Use "misinterpretation" in a sentence
"At the same time, Mr Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law by Western journalists."
"Karzai rejected what he called the misinterpretation of the law"
"The "misinterpretation" - that lead to a 15 cents, or 7.3 percent, drop to 1.85 euros of Unicredit shares in trading today in Milan - was the result of a report from Moscow-based Interfax to the effect that UniCredit was about to sign an agreement with Russia's central bank to get compensation for losses on interbank operations."