Or, they could distort the contents of the bill and attack anyone who disagreed with them as a legal Luddite and hysteric.
Saying a word in a different tone can distort or utterly mangle a line.
I have witnessed at first hand how Irving likes to distort things.
It is a reminder of why we all should care when fear and hate start to distort our domestic political debates.
And would-be collectors like Henry Stephenson continue to distort the cultural record in their hunt for hidden treasures.
This is not to distort words from their established and usual meaning but only to apply them as they must be applied.
But fashion and the absence of models cramp and distort his work.
All physical materials can be loaded or stressed to a certain point beyond which they distort, snap, fracture, or break.
If to this we add the idea of the subject, which has consciousness, we distort the event.
He did not hesitate to simplify or to distort if he could get nearer to that unknown thing he sought.