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Secondly, that all these writers misinterpreted or misquoted the Illuminati, who should be judged only by their own works.
This presentation gave rise to two well-known epigrams, which have been frequently misquoted.
PRICES OF BOOKSHENRY B. WHEATLEY
Tourgeniff (1 time) Could be misquoted by character, left as original.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY
“Better a dinner of herbs with contentment than a stalled ox and trouble on the side,” misquoted Frank.
WYN'S CAMPING DAYSAMY BELL MARLOWE
It was made in the semaphore code from Warwick and has often been misquoted as a signal hoisted with alphabetical flags.
THE BLOCKING OF ZEEBRUGGEALFRED F. B. CARPENTER
This can be taken as the final view of Jefferson on a subject on which he is often misquoted and misunderstood.
THOMAS JEFFERSONGILBERT CHINARD
"A cannon ball never strikes in the same place twice," misquoted Obed.
THE TEXAN STARJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
Now you mentioned the fact that the newspaper misquoted your husband?
WARREN COMMISSION (6 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. VI (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
It may be noted that the passage is not only misquoted, but is a combination of clauses from two distinct chapters.
"'Better to have trailed and lost than never to have found at all,'" misquoted Mrs. Vernon, laughingly.
GIRL SCOUTS IN THE ADIRONDACKSLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY

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