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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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State Department, Jennifer Bsaki said at a news conference, in Washington, regarding Al-Malki's offensive against the Kingdom is clearly hostile and inaccurate, accusing Al-Malki on fanning the flames of sectarianism in Iraq.
ENERGY firms are the worst offenders for sending inaccurate bills, say their customers.
Synopsis: A majority of Americans believe the news media's coverage of the situation in Iraq is generally inaccurate.
And 21 per cent of customers described their gas and electricity bills as inaccurate or very inaccurate, according to price comparison firm uSwitch.
In September 2005, SIECUS and Advocates for Youth challenged the federal government's funding of inaccurate and ineffective abstinence-only-until-marriage programs using the relatively new Data Quality Act.
Players will now be able to see both defensive back and wide receivers make efforts to go after inaccurate passes.
ISLAMABAD, 26 March , 2009 (Frontier Star) -- Unauthorized / inaccurate alcoholic brands / items are being smuggled into the country in connivance with some corrupt custom officials of the import section and dry port at Islamabad airport Intelligence sources told that some anti-state elements in connivance of some corrupt custom officials of the import section and dry port at Islamabad airport are importing the unauthorized / inaccurate alcoholic brands / items illegally by miss-declaring the brands against the genuine direct import exemption certificates of the alcoholic beverages of the high commissions/embassies instead of the approved alcoholic brands.
PATIENTS could be being put at risk by inaccurate hospital weighing scales, according to a report out today from trading standards officers.
Therefore, students predicted and postdicted their test grades equally well and, on average, these graduate students were approximately 1/2 of a letter grade inaccurate in their pre and postdictions.
During the course of the court case brought by disgruntled shareholders, Mr Byers admitted having given inaccurate evidence to a Commons committee inquiry into the Railtrack collapse.
Not unlike the debate that arose over the weather bureau's rain measurements this year, some Angelenos complained that the thermometers were inaccurate.
inaccurate descriptions of emergency contraception in newspaper articles, 1992-2002, Contraception, 2005, 71(1):14-21.