1. Norton misapprehends the current economy of the West, Watson said. 2. But they misapprehend what their constituency really wants. 3. We believe this statement misapprehends the law. 4. The question totally misapprehends the process. 5. Please don t misapprehend my comments. 6. Rather, there are simply problematic individuals who misapprehend the scientific literature and the scientific consensus. 7. Appellants'conception of the constitutional violation misapprehends our holding in Shaw and the Equal Protection precedent upon which Shaw relied. 8. Appellants'conception of the constitutional violation misapprehends our holding in Shaw and the equal protection precedent upon which Shaw relied. 9. The flaw in this argument is that it misreads ?514 ( c ) ( 2 ) and consequently misapprehends its purpose. 10. To expect otherwise was to misapprehend the nature of both . ( Which is not to say that he shouldn't have taken the gig.