(1) I always thought that was a just a cute name├ö├ç┬¬ or a misnomer , like Pennsylvania Dutch.(2) It is our observation that their findings were not true cysts (filled with fluid); the term pseudocyst is also a misnomer .(3) In fact the title of the book is a bit of a misnomer .(4) The name amicus curiae is generally acknowledged as something of a misnomer , in that very few amici intend primarily to help the court.(5) His title Head of Strategy and Communications was a vast misnomer .(6) The disease name is actually a misnomer because North Carolina reports the most number of cases.(7) The name is a bit of a misnomer , as I actually would slightly bend my knees, thereby taking stress off them.(8) to call this ├ö├ç┬úneighborhood policing├ö├ç├ÿ would be a misnomer(9) For years that name ├ö├ç├┐Softbank├ö├ç├û has seemed a slight misnomer .(10) Unfortunately, this infamous misnomer was only the first of a series of mistakes made by the first foreigner to set eyes on the place: Hiram Bingham.(11) ├ö├ç├┐Pulse bombs├ö├ç├û was a misnomer , but a favourite name for the EMP charges.(12) Describing Ivan Markovic's designs as lights is a bit of a misnomer .(13) Since neurogenic genes do not exhibit proneural activity, the name ├ö├ç├┐Tufted├ö├ç├û is somewhat of a misnomer .(14) In the post-modern context, however, it would be a misnomer to use family in this sense.(15) The latter designation is a misnomer , because a mild degree of ketosis often is present, and a true coma is uncommon.(16) The mistake is in a way only a misnomer , but terminological infelicities have a way of breeding conceptual confusion, and so it is here.