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    1. Carpenter ants are often mistaken for termites

    2. ‘I always assumed that they were mistaken

    3. He had been under the mistaken impression Tahlmute had the crate ready to load and go, not back in dead storage under a dozen decades build-up

    4. They were not mistaken in terms

    5. I think I heard her apologise for her bad manners later on, but I might be mistaken

    6. But you are mistaken

    7. " I can't mistaken that voice, "You just don't know how good it is to hear your voice, Nathan

    8. It couldn't be mistaken

    9. If I am not mistaken, you are one of our brethren from the south

    10. Following a polite if sparse cremation service held in the clean but anonymous halls of blonde wood and magnolia paint at the local crematorium, and with the memory of the pastor’s mistaken belief that his wife’s name was Aileen twitching behind his eyes, Ken carried out Eileen’s last wish, which was to have her ashes scattered on the garlic beds

    11. We have mistaken your kingdom with another

    12. the pastor’s mistaken belief that his wife’s name was Aileen

    13. There are so many mistaken truths and outright lies about the Indians that prompt that wannabe phenomena

    14. fenced camp Tom had once mistaken for an Army base

    15. fenced-in base close to the causeway which Tom had mistaken for an

    16. box made of that curious material he had originally mistaken for

    17. “It appears that they were working on the – mistaken

    18. He was mistaken

    19. “I had hoped that it wouldn’t be necessary for me to explain that one does not talk during class hours, but clearly I was mistaken! You can finish your conversation at lunchtime!” Mrs

    20. It could’ve been mistaken as a scene for an old play, or a Curriers and Ives plate

    21. “Sir, if I am not mistaken, these buildings are cousins of each other

    22. are mistaken in this matter) – there is no reason for you

    23. But I was mistaken

    24. "If you think knowing more about me will lead you to Alan, you're mistaken," she said

    25. But the writers who have collected the prices of corn in ancient times seem frequently to have mistaken what is called in Scotland the conversion price for the actual market price

    26. ensure that he wasn’t mistaken for game - and found

    27. At first he thought he was mistaken

    28. mistaken me for the chap who draws the chalk-lines

    29. Those statesmen who have been disposed to favour it with particular encouragement, seem to have mistaken the effect and symptom for the cause

    30. When she’d slipped into his bed last night he’d clearly mistaken her for Xonia, and that hurt! She felt devastated

    31. “Once more, you’re sadly mistaken, my dear

    32. We are also subject to the mind’s negative bias and its mistaken beliefs about how to find happiness

    33. Or he could be mistaken for a mime artist 'leaning into the wind'

    34. Correct me if I am wrong, Mr Wanting, but am I mistaken in remembering that your assessment was interrupted?"

    35. Should the custom of weighing gold, however, come to be disused, as it is very likely to be on account of its inconveniency ; should the gold coin of England come to be received by tale, as it was before the late recoinage this great company may, perhaps, find that they have, upon this, as upon some other occasions, mistaken their own interest not a little

    36. The mistaken beliefs that we are limited to our material minds and bodies, and that happiness comes only from what happens to us, are deeply ingrained

    37. As we “go about our business,” everything we do, and everything that we think, reflects these mistaken beliefs

    38. We thirst for and seek out sense pleasures, in the mistaken belief that they will give us happiness, or as a substitute for the happiness that is out of reach for us

    39. “It’s the Castro Library, lady, if I’m not mistaken,” he abruptly said to her

    40. In the great landed estates, which the mistaken piety both of princes and private persons had bestowed upon the church, jurisdictions were established, of the same kind with those of the great barons, and for the same reason

    41. The Jews, on the other hand, reject this notion and they feel that Christians are mistaken in believing that Jesus is Israel’s Messiah and that passages in the Old Testament actually refer to Israel itself, whereas Christians would see those as references to Jesus Christ

    42. How could she have been so mistaken about him? Pa-

    43. It was the first thing he looked at as he entered the steeple room, and unless he was mistaken the eyes briefly turned to him, maybe seeing him in

    44. I do believe he was mistaken in his „For Whom the Bell Tolls," where he stated that the death of any man diminishes him

    45. Gardner was a clueless gardener who was mistaken for a Washington eminence

    46. He stared at Alexia’s blood-soaked body, trying to believe that it was all a dream, that somehow he was mistaken and he would see her tomorrow at lunch as usual

    47. But he was mistaken

    48. It was unlined and he had the speed and strength of youth, but he was too experienced at too many things to be mistaken for a young man

    49. Is it a question of mistaken identity that the nineteenth-century Populist has suddenly transformed himself into a twentieth-century Conservative? Not in every case, perhaps, although I am firmly convinced however, that provided a ―proper‖ education, William Jennings Bryan would have been a reliable advocate of socially conservative principles were he living today

    50. “If you think you’ll sneak up on us, you’re mistaken

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    Sinónimos para "mistaken"

    false mistaken misguided wrong erring in error confused