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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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The one technique that is mentioned is inaccurately described.
The word motivation is tossed around as freely and inaccurately as Little League pitches.
Unfortunately, the deed to the children inaccurately included substantial acreage on the west side of the highway (which was intended to be conveyed to Harry Larson).
Billing software that is linked to MDS software and automatically records days charged per assessment frequently assigns covered days inaccurately.
At the typical billion-dollar company, a 10-percent error rate would mean 150,000 errors-sending an invoice to the wrong person or location, charging the incorrect price, calculating a discount inaccurately, ship.
Last summer, the tragic death of a young woman who had danced with Boston Ballet was inaccurately reported when newspapers across the country attributed her death, incorrectly, to dieting.
These wonderful fellows' title, first and inaccurately called kings, means wise person or interpreter of dreams.
New York, unlike California and other states employing combined apportionment, requires that such methodology may be used only if distortion would result from separate entity filing, or if an agreement exists that would cause separate filing to inaccurately reflect New York state tax liability.
The investigators also cautioned that currently available statistics regarding type, volume, size and number of subacute programs may be inaccurately reported, especially if the data gathered were dependent upon a telephone or survey report, as opposed to a site visit.
For example, as pointed out in my commentary, one of the major problems with the term "consumer" is that it inaccurately implies a marketplace of choices for clients which simply doesn't exist.
A report released yesterday by NJBIZ inaccurately stated that Hudson Holdco is one of three remaining bidders for Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy and Old Bridge.
The short public information films are being shown on plasma screens in Eldon Square to educate people in what could happen if they become a victim of mistaken identity because their personal information is stolen or inaccurately held.