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  • Round-trip engineering is often wrongly defined as simply supporting both forward and reverse engineering.
  • These duplicate units are often wrongly described as second-line.
  • As such, aesthetics are often wrongly considered to be a by-product of design.
  • Finally there is a substantial list of people who are often wrongly believed to have had epilepsy.
  • The preposition is a part of speech which is often wrongly used by some of the best writers. Cited from How to Speak and Write Correctly, by Joseph Devlin
  • Even when right, it was often wrongly delivered. Cited from James Fenimore Cooper, by Thomas R. Lounsbury
  • The word cobblestone is often wrongly used to describe such treatment.
  • His suspension has often wrongly been called a life ban for professionalism.
  • The equation is often wrongly thought to hold in general.
  • The more widely known, but lower Watzmann is often wrongly cited as the second highest mountain in Germany.
  • It is often wrongly called British Standard Brass but is not actually covered by a British Standard.
  • It is often wrongly claimed that the moral influence view originated with Peter Abelard.
  • The riot, social phenomenon that we often wrongly reduce to a one-off and isolated event, is developing all over the world.
  • In international festivals they were often wrongly announced as a Romani band from Moscow.
  • Gonzo is inside the circle and plays a note on his bugle, often wrongly or with some kind of incident that changed every week.
  • If we turn from the simple newspaper advertisement to the means of propaganda in general, we at once stand before a question which is often wrongly answered. Cited from Psychology and Industrial Efficiency, by Hugo Muensterberg
  • Similarly, if the establishment of a native Church is really the dominant object, educationalists are often wrongly directed and placed. Cited from Missionary Survey, by Roland Allen and Thomas Cochrane
  • It is often wrongly stated that the recipient of the prescription had to be married, but the legislation required no such terms.
  • Legislators show an eager desire to pass measures that as they (too often wrongly) believe will have a eugenic result. Cited from Applied Eugenics, by Paul Popenoe and Roswell Hill Johnson
  • Yma Sumac is often wrongly accredited with the film, as she did not appear, nor was her music used.
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