The "c" in canis should be a capital letter, and the "F" in familliaris should be lower case.
led in wrong ways
because it is just wrong
An experiment can prove they are wrong or right ...:)
The standard procedure is to admit your initial hypothesis turns out to be wrong and then proceed to explain why it was wrong and what really happened. Science is all about learning from your mistakes.
there is never really a wrong hypothesis because its basically just a guess....
the correct, and full, spelling going from canis is canis lupis familiaris, it has no 'e' before the 's'
Your question is wrong , generic name of dog is Canis while specific name is familiaris.
Harold Verschoyle Wrong has written: 'Verses'
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My dog ate it. ---------------- Correct answer wrong question, what you ask (canis meus id comedit) means dog my ate it, while the correct question would be meus canis id comedit, meaning my dog ate it. I would do research on the proposition that word order effects the meaning of a sentence, word order is not imperative. Latin suffixes notate the function of each word in a sentence.
they are written upside down
In New York, if the summons is not written correctly, it will dismissed. In your case, they had the wrong license number and wrong address written out so I guess 99.9% your case will be dismissed.
Jacquie McNish has written: 'Wrong way'
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Francis Ashton has written: 'Wrong side of the moon'
Benoni Mendenhall has written: 'Married the wrong man!'