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  • This effect is often incorrectly thought of as increasing the depth of field.
  • The individual components are free but it is sometimes incorrectly called a complex.
  • While the tower itself is correct, a large building has been incorrectly added to the base of the tower.
  • Note: the above table may incorrectly include the mass of the empty upper stage or stages.
  • This was incorrectly reported in the local press as her being made bankrupt a second time.
  • Despite past problems, they note that none of their members has incorrectly called a winner since the current system was put in place.
  • Some film books incorrectly credit him with a role in the film, something he has to correct to the present day.
  • This large cross-over area often leads to two vehicles incorrectly lining up at a single cross-over.
  • His party incorrectly came to the conclusion that it was Christian in origin.
  • News reports at the time of his death incorrectly cited brain cancer as the cause.
  • If adjusted incorrectly it would turn bright white picture content dark.
  • It is often incorrectly stated that rear movements can be used to change perspective.
  • It is sometimes incorrectly referred to as the President of the European Union.
  • This is also what makes the boomerang fly straight up into the air when thrown incorrectly.
  • Therefore, a student can answer all questions without suffering a decrease in their score for questions they answer incorrectly.
  • These can be detrimental to any vessel's performance if they are taken into consideration incorrectly.
  • Archaeology as a field of study has often been incorrectly portrayed by popular culture and mass media.
  • The shield, though sometimes drawn incorrectly, has two main differences from the American flag.
  • If he/she guessed incorrectly, his/her opponent was allowed to make one guess.
  • The following examples illustrates how C++ cast operators can break type safety when used incorrectly.
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Meaning of incorrectly

  • adverb In an inaccurate manner
    he decided to reveal the details only after other sources had reported them incorrectly, she guessed wrong