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wrong

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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The government is getting wrong advice," he said about the seizure of the port by Djibouti.
I never understood exactly what I was getting wrong.
Lewis Toshney 3 Sent packing for third goal after getting wrong side of his man to concede a penalty.
Progress, and the speed with which the result is announced, has forced punters into making snap decisions and what has been noticeable over the past couple of weeks is the amount of photo-finishes that exchanges players have been getting wrong.
It did not however specify, what it was that it thought that the education establishment was getting wrong.
Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmani observed that everyone was getting wrong advice including Chairman NAB.
Asked what he regrets getting wrong, the former Polish prime minister was disappointed at the turn of events in Belarus.
Were you not causing losses to Government of India and gained that to the private people and thirdly that, you were aware that things were getting wrong and you were aware because it was your Secretary, who was writing you a letter on November 22, 2007 that don't do like that, now there is no answer for this.
Despite getting wrong results caused by lightning conditions, the overall system still offered a robust detection of the target person.
Perhaps it's just me being a cantankerous old cynic bit I just feel that the things that the airport is getting wrong could be so easily set right.
There's a long train of effects that we can completely remove from getting wrong," including workflow and compliance issues, he said.