miscitation


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miscitation

(ˌmɪssaɪˈteɪʃən)
n
an erroneous citation
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56) As to English precedent, it was argued that the Edmonds decision was inapplicable since it was decided after 1775,(57) and was based on a miscitation of an English treatise that in fact described the issue as unsettled.
A common error in these forms is the miscitation of Florida Law Weekly, which is frequently abbreviated "FLW.
Rivera's introduction also points to errors in Burmeister's text, most notably the apparent miscitation of works under the wrong rhetorical headings (p.