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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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Due to an inaccurately supplied figure, FKI Logistex worldwide revenues for 2004 were in fact $1.
Also, the caption inaccurately stated that the photo was of Jim Urzendowski's first-place-winning pool project.
I found myself checking all of the footnotes so that I could see the line of development of arguments and also so that I didn't interpret the material inaccurately.
The guide also inaccurately portrayed Kerry's position on permanently extending the $1,000 child tax credit Kerry was listed as opposing the extension, but Michael Meehan, a senior official for the Kerry campaign, called that "patently false.
But in some key ways, the engraving inaccurately depicts the incident.
The Women's Health Initiative was poorly conceived, severely flawed, and inaccurately reported in the media.
Even if the singer has done his homework, he may have learned something inaccurately, or perhaps he has not yet had an opportunity to sing his part with the instrumental part.
Therapy minutes may be improperly tracked and recorded, not only inaccurately reflecting the actual services provided, but affecting reimbursement and compliance.
we inaccurately stated that Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials and Grace Electron are in joint R&D on platforms for embedded passives and optoelectronics.
ManTech protests that the agency's evaluation of technical proposals was flawed and that the source selection decision relied on inaccurately recorded evaluation data.
Other studies find that blacks, Hispanics, and Native Americans feel their respective ethnic groups are routinely portrayed inaccurately and negatively by local TV news.
Her multiple-period awareness gives added substance to MacDonald's insistence that "[sleeking to recover black women entirely from within slavery inaccurately foreshortens what might be termed their representational presence in the west" (16).