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1. (of a side, esp of a fabric) intended to face the inside so as not to be seen
2. Law
a. an infringement of another person's rights, rendering the offender liable to a civil action, as for breach of contract or tort
b. a violation of public rights and duties, affecting the community as a whole and actionable at the instance of the Crown
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While great play is made of the Warrens investigating Amityville (the date of which the film gets wrong) and Enfield at the behest of church authorities, you can guess for yourself why these authorities are never named.
* What Markowitz's Modern Portfolio Theory Gets Wrong
The disruption machine: What the gospel of innovation gets wrong. The New Yorker, June 23.
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It's delightful and catchy, with Katy grinding the transitions with a low, seductive growl and effortlessly releasing the high notes, particularly on the "yoo-hoo'' bit, which everybody usually gets wrong and makes sound corny.
(2.) David Friedman, "What the Tea Party Gets Wrong," Ideas, August 10, 2011, http://daviddfriedman.blogspot.com/2011/08/whattea-party-gets-wrong.html.
We can learn much from the author, both for what she gets right and for what she occasionally gets wrong. Both are encapsulated in a single sentence as she writes, "while male circumcision has some health benefits, it carries serious risk, even the risk of death."
It's indicative of how much the film gets wrong about America, and there are times when it feels as if Faeuza's understanding of "kids these days" stopped some time in the 1960s; a school dance resembles a sock-hop more than something from 2011.
Maybe we should complain less about all the things that Kirklees gets wrong and remember that it gets most things right.
So it is up to the opposition to make him put right what he gets wrong.
"He's his own man and he has his own way of working, but I would say he gets more signings right than he gets wrong." Other than third-choice goalkeeper Andy Marshall's exit after his contract expired there have been no departures or arrivals at Villa Park so far this summer.
And yesterday Wales Office Minister Wayne David told journalists: "Cheryl Gillan made some quite amazing comments, and we do question to what extent she is engaged with political reality when she gets wrong not once but twice that Carwyn is the First Minister.