“Distort” in the news
Publications and example sentences
· Sorry, President Trump, Twitter makes its own rules →
And given the belief by many of the president's supporters that the news media distort his every word, social media might be his only means to stay in touch with his base.
· National Times Singapore issued correction direction over false POFMA statements in Facebook post →
Yet, he continues to publish falsehoods that distort the public’s understanding of the law and how it has been implemented.”
· Margaret Meek Spencer obituary →
In a clear and thought-provoking way, each of her longer books, including Learning to Read (1982), Achieving Literacy: Longitudinal Studies of Adolescents Learning to Read (1983) and On Being Literate (1991), looks at these concerns with a fresh eye, rejecting the distorting lens of accepted practice to make penetrating observations based on a wide-ranging scholarship in literature, psychology and philosophy.
· Lufthansa says currently ‘unable to approve’ state rescue over EU conditions →
Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary said yesterday that his huge no-frills Irish carrier would appeal against the planned part-nationalisation of Lufthansa, calling the deal “illegal state aid” that distorts competition.
· South Korea’s Imperfect But Maturing Democracy →
His amendment, if passed through South Korea’s unicameral National Assembly, where the ruling party now enjoys an overwhelming majority, would punish those who “distort, slander, and fabricate historical truth” or “defame pro-democracy persons or agencies” by up to seven years in prison or a 70 million won ($57,000) fine.
· CDC: Coronavirus antibodies could give "short-term immunity," but more data is needed →
This distorts data on how widespread the virus is, which is one of the primary uses of antibody tests.
· FireEye: Upholding The Bull Case →
This will ensure that billings guide will stop distorting short-term expectations.
· Signet Jewelers - Poor Fundamentals And Bearish Catalysts With 70%+ Downside →
To be fair, there are some items such as goodwill and intangible impairments that somehow distort the real profitability picture in 2020 and 2019.
· (EDITORIAL from Korea Herald on May 26) →
It distorts the effects of policies, misleading policymakers and the country.
The New York Times
· As Meatpacking Plants Reopen, Data About Worker Illness Remains Elusive →
Releasing the data, he said, “would distort any one company’s role in community spread.”