misreference

misreference

(ˌmɪsˈrɛfərəns)
vb (tr)
to reference (an academic work, a publication, etc) inaccurately or incorrectly
n
an incorrect reference
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After so many years of practicing employment law, I can honestly say that, in spite of the historical misreference, (the actual reference was that killing all the lawyers would bring down society) society really is better off with all of its attorneys.
This misreference does nothing to support the Union.
This is, however, a misreference, although it seems that during the Hellenistic period UKKIN could render kinistu (see, ibid.
Much of my work since [school] has focused on mnemonic errors and misreferences to rehearse variation and slightly eccentric engagements with the world," Sworn says.
and the anonymous author of the companion piece, A Brefe apologye, are quick to detect his numerous slips, exposing his tendency to 'trolle scripturs out of frame', correcting misreferences, and denouncing him as one that 'Rumble[s] amonge the scriptures, as one that were halfe mad | Wrestyng and writhing them, accordyng to [his] purpose'.
6) Further, error in a complaint based on obvious mistakes and misreferences that do not mislead the licensee or result in manifest unfairness are not grounds to invalidate agency action.