I wanted to prove to you, monsieur, that nothing is simple; but above all--and what I am going to say is intended for philosophers--I wish (if you'll allow me to misquote
a saying of Louis XVIII.
I will not speak, so that you will not misquote
me again,' the minister said.
Cruz even claims I misquote
the Jardeleza decision.
So I think when people misquote
you and then comment, it just sounds ridiculous," Kardashian said.
When asked to point out any inaccuracies, he emailed back: "You only misquote
There is a big misquote
on page 45 by author Jerry Thoms where I'm quoted saying Labs were crossed with English pointers.
Mel Gibson misquoting another vilified Scotsman, William Wallace: "You can take my life, aye, but you'll never influence my choice of biscuit.
As in all societies there are some newspapers that tend to sensationalize the news and deliberately misquote
people, but I think the ranks of Saudi journalists are improving and becoming more professional.
A desperately needed antidote to proponents of "family values" who quote or misquote
snippets of scripture to support specific narrow views, Jesus' Family Values places the highest value of all on truth--and concerning such thorny and controversial topics such as religion, the best way to reach the truth is to offer as much research, evidence, broad-ranging interpretation, and logical means of analysis as reasonably possible and let the reader come to his or her own informed conclusions, precisely as Deirdre Good has done.
Fred says, "Dean, who coined neologisms like 'throwed' and 'slud' and talked of runners returning to their 'respectable bases,' would have been aghast at my misquote
I didn't misquote
or misinterpret anything he said.
One can only conclude that this exhibition amounts to a kind of national beatification of a Prouve portrayed (to misquote
General De Gaulle's words at the Liberation of Paris) as: Prouve out rage, Prouve brise, Prouve martyrise - mais Prouve eternel.