false projection

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false pro·jec·tion

the faulty visual sensation arising secondarily to underaction of an ocular muscle.
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'Considering the previous erroneous projection in October, certainty becomes nil at best, and no assurance can ever be had either by the President or the public itself that high prices of goods and services will never happen, not to mention the fact that election spending will definitely exacerbate inflation in 2019, an election year, where demand-pull inflation may likely occur,' said Escudero.
"Considering the previous erroneous projection in October, certainty becomes nil at best and no assurance can ever be had either by the President or the public itself that high prices of goods and services will never happen, not to mention the fact that election spending will definitely exacerbate inflation in 2019, an election year, where demand-pull inflation may likely occur," the senator said.
Foster noted that while a more refined methodology for projecting future interest income had been used for the March 30 report, a programming mistake resulted in an erroneous projection of interest earnings.
The Register-Guard, a family-operated monopoly serving an uber-left community, was complicit in its pre- and post-election disdain for Trump, joining its industry brethren with erroneous projections and unfounded excuses.
In summary, the most erroneous projections were largely amongst non-metropolitan LGAs that were either small, had significant mining employment or significant Indigenous populations.
Kaddy disagreed, saying erroneous projections have put the city in its precarious fiscal state.
In addition, the authors tend to make claims about the health care and hospital industry that either lack adequate supporting evidence and/or are based on erroneous projections. At other times, the authors either contradict themselves or are so ambivalent about a strategy that it leaves the reader confused.