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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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RELIGIOUS leaders have accepted an apology from Dome chiefs who inaccurately summarised a letter from them.
In a 1,700-word statement Lord Woolf said last month's guidelines on sentencing burglars, which drew criticism from victims and police, had been inaccurately reported and had sparked wrong suggestions that the courts were ``more concerned with offenders than their victims``.
``Following weekend press reports, Monday's Leeds United press conference and intense media speculation, George Boateng wishes to clarify a number of matters which have been inaccurately reported and debated in the media,'' the statement on www.mfc.co.uk read.
But the situation, like the one that prompted the TVA's creation, has been widely, if inaccurately, described as a failure of the free market.
A story on Page A1 on Thursday inaccurately stated that some Costco water bottles were missing the deposit marking.
I feel I may have replaced the ball inaccurately, albeit unwittingly.''
A police spokesman said media reports had 'wrongly and inaccurately' described Mr Morgan as an anti-drugs activist in the local community.
An article on Page D1 of the May 26 Register-Guard inaccurately described which government agency is handling the road work.
The Birmingham Post inaccurately calculated that Mr Folkes paid pounds 2.06 million for the 274,762 voting shares.
SCOTS cops are using faulty breathalysers which show inaccurately high readings, it's been claimed.
City/Region: A story on Page C1 Tuesday about campaign contributions inaccurately described Paul Farago's history with the group U.S.
Her agent Pippa Markham said that it "did Juliet no favours at all" to be connected with such an inaccurately large salary and might deter people from hiring her.