It is modeled on a misreading
of the Hebrew azazel (which is probably the name of a demon) as ez 'ozel--"the goat that departs.
YOU'RE not misreading
the signals, but I do think he's leading you on.
Feb 20-Mar 20 PISCES YOU'LL be unexpectedly arrested this week when, due to a policeman misreading
the sign outside your carpet shop, you're nicked for being a rug dealer.
The lack of robust analytical capacity, in both the UK and the EU, effectively led to a catastrophic misreading
of the mood in the run-up to the crisis.
The spokeman said that in many cases, a misreading
or funny interpretation actually gets more attention than the organisation intended, "which isn't always a bad thing.
That Latin sillybus was, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, a misreading
of sittybas, meaning title-slip or label.
A HOSPITAL technician who caused a health scare by misreading
heart scans had previous worked illegally in Coventry, it emerged this week.
From penicillin to x-ray, pacemakers to Viagra, some of the world's greatest advances in medicine have been the result of such serendipity - be it a mistake made in a test tube or the misreading
of a note left in a lab.
Israel is harvesting the "fruits of folly" that its policy makers planted by misreading
Lebanon's political arena for years.
There was a misreading
of just how bad an economy we inherited.
One sent a Glasgow plane to Cardiff after misreading
However, the lobbyists may be badly misreading