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1. The book presents a fundamentally distorted picture.
2. My original statement has been completely distorted by the media.
3. The announcement was so distorted that I couldn't understand what was said.
4. His face was distorted by rage.
5. This journalist distorted the spokesman's remarks.
6. The book leaves you with a distorted impression of politics.
7. His account was badly distorted by the press.
8. His face was distorted in anger.
9. That newspaper accounts of international affairs are sometimes distorted.
10. This report gives a somewhat distorted impression of what actually happened.
11. The Government were accused of having systematically distorted the protesters'case.
12. These figures give a distorted view of the significance for the local economy.
13. Her reflection in the mirror looked distorted.
14. The music just gets distorted when you play it so loud.
15. She screamed, her face distorted with fury and pain.
16. The article gave a distorted picture of his childhood.
17. Sound was becoming more and more distorted through the use of hearing aids.
18. Her distorted face was ablaze with rage.
19. Her voice over the loudspeaker was distorted.
20. His face was distorted in agony.
21. Arthritis had distorted her fingers.
22. In the course of forensic argument distorted syllogisms will of course be urged upon those who judge.
23. The protein becomes distorted and loses its function.
24. The two forward seats distorted, but remained attached to the floor rails, and the rear seats were undamaged.
25. But such objections are based on a distorted notion of organizational success and how it is achieved.
26. Many distorted fragments of meteoritic iron are later dredged up from the area where the wreckage fell.
27. Worse than all,(sentencedict .com) rubbishy commercials and harmful programmes lead to bad tastes and a distorted viewpoint towards human life.
28. The widespread demands for constitutional reform and national unification were distorted and deflected rather than answered.
29. Leaving these expenses under the general heading of administration in the schools accounts gives governors and staff a distorted picture of expenditure.
30. The position of women as subjects in sociology may give a distorted impression of social reality.
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