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1. They are seeking to mislead us.
2. Statistics taken on their own are liable to mislead.
3. Our force pulled back in order to mislead the enemy.
4. He wouldn't try to mislead you - it's not his style.
5. With so many reports to mislead one, it is hard to say at whose door the responsibility should be laid.
6. Don't let his friendly manner mislead you into trusting him.
7. This is incorrect and could mislead the public.
8. The scientific method may sometimes mislead.
9. It was a deliberate attempt to mislead the voters.
10. Most leaders understand this; few intentionally mislead people about meaning.
11. I'm not suggesting you deliberately tried to mislead us, just that you made a mistake.
12. I believe this was a deliberate attempt to mislead the court.
13. I would not want to mislead anyone into thinking that research is easy: it is hard and very time consuming work.
14. But some critics claim that re-creations mislead the viewer into thinking he or she is watching a recording of the real thing.
15. Macdonald accepted that such information could be used to manipulate, to obfuscate, and to mislead.
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16. Personally, I am sceptical about Jose's view that the press has such power to mislead and to be always believed.
17. Liberal democracy, private life, civil rights and interest groups are all simply ideological constructs designed to pacify and mislead.
18. While, at a superficial level, the titles might well mislead, a swift glance at the contents is reassuring.
19. Some manufacturers see the current labelling regulations as licence to mislead shoppers.
20. Jones was very subtle about his use of sexuality to mislead his people.
21. Two clear cases show that a curve fit can mislead.
22. Diagrams can take perfectly reliable data and through over simplification deliberately or unintentionally mislead.
23. The class enemy, the bourgeoisie and its allies, wielded a vast array of ideological weapons designed to mislead the proletariat.
24. There are more ways than one in which a metaphor can mislead.
25. Intelligences without bodies and beings without form are spectral ghosts guaranteed to mislead.
26. He said he was not suggesting that Mrs Swami had tried deliberately to mislead the jury about the number of beatings.
27. The defence also claimed that Poindexter had never intended to mislead Congress and that any inaccuracies in his testimony were accidental.
28. Judges already have substantial latitude to limit extraneous arguments that might mislead jurors; they could use it more often.
29. In the second the press is restrained by its own professional Code of Practice not to misrepresent or mislead the public.
30. Though of no legal effect, it can be used, apparently with impunity, to mislead a buyer about his rights.
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