(1) Two normal variants that could be confused with abnormalities were noted: (a) the featureless appearance of the duodenal bulb may be mistaken for extravasation, and (b) contrastmaterial filling of the proximal jejunal loop at an end-to-end anastomosis with retained invaginated pancreas may be mistaken for intussusception.
(2) I was amazed by the sheer scale of the operation, easily mistaken for a full military assault on a kraken.
(3) If they included a warning in the package ‘tamper resistance’ feature that works by non-Apple-authorised repair services may be mistaken for tampering attempts, and lead to the phone being disabled’, then it would be purely a feature ... By concealing the feature prior to sales, and only even revealing it after being repeatedly pressured over it, Apple turned what could have been a feature into a landmine.” Apple shares have fallen more than 20% in the past three months as investors begin to doubt whether it can maintain the stellar growth posted since the iPhone first went on sale eight years ago.
(4) Generalized reticuloendothelial hyperplasia associated with heavy-chain disease is a poorly recognized complication associated with rheumatoid arthritis and may be mistaken for underlying sepsis in these patients.
(5) Virus in the seed lot was not identified correctly, and the titer of homologous antiserum was mistakenly considered to be low as a result of neutralization tests conducted with the aggregated virus.
(6) When Trump had slept over at the family’s residence in upstate New York, Goldberg’s mother prepared breakfast for him in the morning and mistakenly poured salt instead of sugar all over their guest’s cornflakes.
(7) A fetus may survive an intentional interference with its intrauterine environment (1) if gestational age is mistaken and the procedure of induced abortion does not kill the fetus, (2) if a change of heart takes place after abortifacient drugs are taken and the abortion does not proceed, and (3) if a high-multiple pregnancy is reduced to a singleton or a twin pregnancy to improve the likelihood that the remaining fetuses will reach viability.
(8) I was mistaken for Prince once in Africa when I had a moustache.
(9) Inflammatory pseudotumor of the spleen is an unusual lesion often mistaken preoperatively for other masses.
(10) Reports of mistaken administration of thrombolytic therapy to patients with pericarditis or aortic dissection, other conditions that may be electrocardiographically mimic MI, underscore the potential for error.
(11) Shay Given could have been mistaken for just another Irish tourist on the Algarve until he was forced to work just after the half-hour, saving a couple of long-range strikes by Liam Walker.
(12) In her first major policy intervention, she said on Tuesday that Labour needed to reset its relationship with business , adding that Miliband’s divisional rhetoric of “predators and producers” was mistaken.
(13) But blandness in public should not be mistaken for blandness of character, and there are signs that she is beginning to emerge from the passive role she has been playing.
(14) Based on this evaluation patients were placed into three groups: 23 patients were considered to have or likely to have Progressive Post-Polio Muscular Atrophy (PPPMA); 17 patients were considered to have other post-polio sequelae; and two patients had problems unrelated to a past history of polio but mistaken for post-polio sequelae.
(15) As the authors rightly point out, much of the blame for the failure of directors to act is their mistaken view that maximising shareholder value is a company’s legal obligation or director’s fiduciary responsibility.
(16) Pakistani officials have repeatedly claimed their men were deliberately attacked, saying that it was impossible that they were mistaken for insurgents.
(17) Fixed values for dose per film were mistakenly assumed by UNSCEAR (1972) and used by it and others when deriving risk co-efficients.
(18) If these precautions were not taken, radical adducts were generated ex vivo and could be mistaken for radical adducts generated in vivo and excreted into the bile.
(19) "There's this mistaken idea we were just prancing about in platform shoes and bare bums to go against the grain.
(20) A case of tinea of the pinna, mistaken for chondritis, is presented.
(adv.) In a wrong manner; unjustly; erroneously; wrong; amiss; as, he judges wrongly of my motives.
(1) In this book, he dismisses Freud's idea of penis envy - "Freud got it spectacularly wrong" - and said "women don't envy the penis.
(2) But this is to look at the outcomes in the wrong way.
(3) It is not that the concept of food miles is wrong; it is just too simplistic, say experts.
(4) "But this is not all Bulgarians and gives a totally wrong picture of what the country is about," she sighed.
(5) No malignant tumour failed to be diagnosed (100% reliable), the anatomopathological examination of specimens in benign conditions was never wrong (100% reliable).
(6) The Bible treats suicide in a factual way and not as wrong or shameful.
(7) "That attracted all the wrong sorts for a few years, so the clubs put their prices up to keep them out and the prices never came down again."
(8) More than half of carers said they were neglecting their own diet as a result of their caring responsibilities, while some said they were eating the wrong things because of the stress they are under and more than half said they had experienced problems with diet and hydration.
(9) A final experiment confirmed a prediction from the above theory that when recalling the original sequence, omissions (recalling no word) will decrease and transpositions (giving the wrong word) will increase as noise level increases.
(10) Other details showed the wrong patient undergoing a heart procedure, and the wrong patient given an invasive colonoscopy to check their bowel.
(11) Mulholland and others have tried to portray the Leeds case in terms of right or wrong.
(12) And of course, as the articles are shared far and wide across the apparently much-hated web, they become gospel to those who read them and unfortunately become quasi-religious texts to musicians of all stripes who blame the internet for everything that is wrong with their careers.
(13) And I was a little surprised because I said: ‘Doesn’t sound like he did anything wrong there.’ But he did something wrong with respect to the vice-president and I thought that was not acceptable.” So that’s clear.
(14) The fitting element to a Cabrera victory would have been thus: the final round of the 77th Masters fell on the 90th birthday of Roberto De Vicenzo, the great Argentine golfer who missed out on an Augusta play-off by virtue of signing for the wrong score.
(15) "I don't think that people are waiting for the wrong solution."
(16) I can’t hear those wrong notes any more,” she says.
(17) "This crowd of charlatans ... look for one little thing they can say is wrong, and thus generalise that the science is entirely compromised."
(18) Eleven women have died in India and dozens more are in hospital, with 20 listed as critically ill, after a state-run mass sterilisation campaign went horribly wrong.
(19) in horses is imputed to the small numbers of people involved in the work, to the conservation of the authorities responsible for breeding, to the wrong choice of stallions for A.I.
(20) The Sun editor also said his newspaper was wrong to use the word "tran" in a headline to describe a transexual, saying that he felt that "I don't know this is our greatest moment, to be honest".