systematic distortion

systematic distortion

[‚sis·tə′mad·ik di′stȯr·shən]
(electricity)
Periodic or constant distortion, such as bias or characteristic distortion; the direct opposite of fortuitous distortion.
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In our example, as predicted from the histogram of the frequency measurements shown in Figure 4, there is a systematic distortion of the clock.
"The Gulf states' media are launching systematic distortion campaigns against the resistance axis," Sayyed al-Houti said.
Analysis of the systematic distortion enables us to reconstruct the foreground dark matter distribution.
"Practically, there are strong indications that we aren't going to have any pluralism in the upcoming elections," he wrote, citing, "moral assassination and systematic distortion campaigns against anyone who dares criticising or barely making remarks on the current regime."
The complaint has been preceded by systematic distortion campaigns against Qatar National Human Rights Committee launched by some parties and media, as well as accusations and threats made by some high level officials in these countries, in a critical precedent that has never been witnessed in the work of national human rights institutions around the world.
The (http://www.dodig.mil/pubs/documents/DODIG-2017-049.pdf) report released Wednesday said no "systematic distortion of intelligence" was found despite the beliefs of half of the 82 intelligence analysts interviewed at the Joint Intelligence Center for U.S.
"The workshop's title is the most important topic at this phase when we are witnessing a systematic distortion of religions," he said.
on the Karabakh conflict of anti-scientific products of the systematic distortion of the real history, lavishly paid by the hereditary corrupt
He added: "Observance of the vast overlap between religion and politics in the daily practices of certain Islamic groups and movements shows the systematic distortion of Islam through the adoption of slogans and media coverage, ostensibly to defend religion.
He also urged all Arabs and Muslims to work to show the real picture of Islam and he condemned the "systematic distortion" of Islam, which is exploited by those who want to take advantage of a wrong and ill-favoured image of the religion.
This could have been a laugh line, but insofar as it is a part of the systematic distortion of or total disregard for Pushkin's characters and plot, it elicits a sigh rather than a laugh.
Marx's claim that religion is a systematic distortion of human social relationships is one of the most famous versions of this type of critique.

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