- In conclude when labor contract if one party party is intended concoctive fact or production false appearance conceal true condition intentionally perhaps make sink of the other side is known wrongly freewill ground signs labor contract criterion the behavior of this party is formed namely con.
- Before the long march for his opposition to dogmatism in the military command he was wrongly dismissed from the post of chief of the general staff and demoted to chief of staff of the fifth army group of the chinese workers'and peasants'red army.
- The letter was wrongly addressed.
- It is simpler to vilify ronaldo and add his name to a list of the reviled that rightly or wrongly already includes urs meier and diego simeone than accept rooney's dismissal as a correct decision and pinpoint england's failure at their own feet.
- Whoever counterfeits a patented product or wrongly appropriates a patented technique will be ordered by the patent administrative authorities to cease all acts of counterfeiting to provide the public with notification of his or her violation and to pay a fine.
- Where any patent fee is over-paid re-paid or wrongly paid the party concerned may within1year as of the payment date claim a refund to the administrative department for patent under the state council.
- That play was wrongly attributed to bacon.
- To treat roughly or wrongly; abuse.
- His remarks were wrongly construed.
- She was running off-balance with her feet wrongly positioned.
- A friendly look with the wrong facial expression can turn into an unfriendly stare and nervousness may be wrongly understood as unfriendliness.
- Rory the warrior and roger the worrier were reared wrongly in a rural brewery.
- Eager to oppose especially wrongly; perverse.
- The unsigned painting was wrongly attributed to raphael.
- To do wrongly or awkwardly; botch.