an instance of remembering some aspect of an event correctly, but mistakenly recalling the origin of the memory
However, dissenting M.P.s did not issue their own minority report.
Rushkoff seems here to be looking for the minority report, the one interpretation that satisfies his model.
It is bitterly partisan, but a minority report made by a Republican admits, with humorous resignation, that the charges are true.
There are not so many of him; but his minority report is adopted everywhere.
Hester and Lily said they should offer a minority report; but the others only laughed at that.
Mr. Oliver made a minority report, summing up his conclusions under seven heads.
She gave notice at once that she would make a minority report and carry it to the floor of the convention.
The latter may present a separate report called the minority report of the committee.
A minority report, signed by Mr. Cobb and Mr. Greenwood, concluded with the following resolution.
The Senate non-concurred with the House and accepted the minority report by 16 yeas, 13 nays.