LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
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Other possibilities include "to have one´s facts mixed up" and "not to have one´s facts straight"..
He tried to tell me that Barreto had once been governor of that state, but he had his facts mixed up
If you think that smoking is not bad for your health, you don´t have your facts straight.
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