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"Iowans are significantly more positive than they are negative, and they know it's a misquote and they know that the AP has, I'll say, retracted the quote that they initially used because they relied on the Des Moines Register who did the same," King said, according to Des Moines-based station WHO-TV.
TO purposefully misquote the old boxing adage; there's the football business and then there's the strikers business.
However, on occasions he misquotes with his own interpretation.
Quite apart from questions of avoiding just responsibility, this is no way to get the best out of the man.' 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.
POLITICAL misquote of the week has to be the less-than-immortal words of Omagh's Francis Mackey, spokesman for the 32 County Sovereignty Movement, the political front of the Real IRA.
9 editorial in Pennsylvania's the Lancaster New Era even published the polished misquote that the Republican National Committee had stuck in a press release: "I was the one who started it all." The New Era then went on to psychoanalyze Gore.
the need for narrative and the simultaneous need to escape the prison-house of the story - to misquote" as her guideposts.
To misquote Ross Perot, that sucking sound you hear each time you whip out your credit card is the sound of natural resources being converted into products.
Jim McDermott, a Washington Democrat, was the first to misquote this in records Blinkist analyzed, in 2004.
When asked to point out any inaccuracies, he emailed back: "You only misquote. At least I do a worthwhile job for society."
PETE Taylor yesterday branded the furore over the shambolic Olympic homecoming "a stupid misquote".
"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."