Also, fears of the race draining precious resources are misplaced, writes Jay Michaelson.
So why—other than a misplaced fixation on process—would the administration decline to move forward on its own?
In fact, the only shade of reaction besides enthusiasm Carter and Knight got to the project was some misplaced confusion.
The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist.
The emphasis on West Bank settlements–a Barack Obama obsession, it seems–was misplaced.
Children, to whom many subjects are new, are often fatigued by these overstrained and misplaced efforts.
It is hardly necessary to remark that their confidence is not misplaced.
The confidence reposed in the private secretary was not misplaced.
Then she reproached herself for her misplaced sense of humor.
With such people a delicate forbearance would have been misplaced.