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inaccurate

(ĭn-ăk′ūr-ăt)
1. Mistaken or incorrect; in error.
2. In quantitative analysis, not in agreement with an accepted value.
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Many pointed out the hilarious and inaccurate nature of the subtitles.
'They use inaccurate, misleading statements and even direct lies when they attack other candidates or President Duterte and they know they are stretching the truth and yet they deny that they are lying,' she said in a statement sent to reporters Wednesday.
In the face of the explanation above, we entreat all right thinking members of the public to disregard The Chronicle report as false and inaccurate. We hope The Chronicle would give our reaction the prominence it gave the inaccurate story as it was.
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'People are also urged to avoid spreading inaccurate news without obtaining confirmation from the KKM first,' he said.
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FACIAL recognition software should be dropped by police amid concerns it is "almost entirely inaccurate", campaigners have warned.
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