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misinformation

Data or information concerning a patient that may be erroneously assumed to be accurate (e.g., inaccurate laboratory data, unreliable historical data from the patient or the family, and transcription errors in recording data).
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If you find that the State proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the [office of the sheriff] [Department of Corrections]did not misinform (defendant) or did not otherwise prevent [him] [her] from complying with the registration requirements, you should find [him] [her] guilty, if all of the elements of the charge have also been proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
If you find that the State proved beyond a reasonable doubt that the office of the sheriff did not misinform (defendant) or did not otherwise prevent [him][her] from complying with the registration requirements, you should find [him][her] guilty, if all of the elements of the charge have also been proven beyond a reasonable doubt.
"Council officers acknowledged that 'national coverage and consistency can only be achieved using a bill in the Scottish Parliament.' "I suggest that Councillor McCartin make sure she understands which powers are available to her council, and what the opinions of her council officers are, before making such misinformed statements in the future."
I think he was misinformed with the information given to him," Oreta said.
You would, however, be misinformed about the sequence of events leading to the other man escaping, and severely misinformed about how bulletproof vests work.
'The PIA CEO repeatedly misinformed the court,' he added.
The court was misinformed regarding the PIA CEOs salary," Nisar observed.
The next day, the organizer of the event, The Common Good Market, also came forward and issued an apology the next day essentially explaining that they were misinformed:
The Reserve Bank of India has come across some misinformed communication circulating in some sections of the media, including social media, about closure of some public sector banks in the wake of their being placed under the Prompt Corrective Action framework, an RBI release said on Friday.
E.ON call centre staff were found to have misinformed 450 customers between October 2013 and February 2017 about the switching window, while 22,000 Npower customers received letters saying they would incur charges between June 2016 and February this year.
Brown adds: "If the truth about Iraq's lack of weapons was known, then we were not just misinformed but misled on the critical issue of WMDs."
A McDonald's spokesman has since apologised and said "it would appear their colleagues were misinformed and the note should have been accepted".