References in classic literature ?
= slightly misquoted from Shakespeare, "King Henry IV, Part I," Act I, Scene 3, line 202; chill penury....
{'manor born' = from "to the manner born" Shakespeare, Hamlet, Act I, Scene 4, line 2--frequently misquoted in popular speech as "to the manor born"}
And with several texts of Scripture, misquoted or misapplied, and religious exclamations so redolent of the ludicrous in the style of delivery and manner of bringing in, if not in the expressions themselves, that I decline repeating them, she withdrew; tossing her large head in high good-humour--with herself at least--and left me hoping that, after all, she was rather weak than wicked.
'The issue on the new strain of dengue virus circulated as a result of a misquoted DOH official.
Palestinian minister 'misquoted' Palestinian Culture Minister Atef Abu Saif denied "misquoted statements" attributed to him by some Palestinian news outlets from an interview he did with a German newspaper.
"Panelo na lang so kung i-misquote siya, siya yung madaldal, eh (I'll let Panelo speak so if he gets misquoted, then it's his problem.
John Larson, a Connecticut Democrat who misquoted this on the House floor in 2000.
Summary: Jaipur (Rajasthan) [India], Apr 17 (ANI): Hours after the BJP demanded an apology for his comments on President Ram Nath Kovind, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday claimed that a section of media misquoted him as saying Kovind was elected to the highest constitutional post due to his caste.
Suren Raghavan says he was misquoted by some local newspapers on comments he made with regards to the meeting between the Sri Lankan Government delegation and the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet in Geneva last week.
Kalonzo has, however, issued a statement saying he was misquoted on his support for a change in the Constitution that will allow a third term for the President.
He said that a section of media misquoted him that a jirga decree was behind murder of the four people.
IRGC Spokesman General Ramezan Sharif also rushed to reject the faulty report, stressing that Sha'bani's remarks have been misquoted. He also reminded that Sha'bani is a retired general and was only a commander at the time of the Iraqi imposed war in the 1980s.