You must understand, Señora, that he comes for me not as a father but because of his… his affronted arrogance that many miscall pride!
I can't bear any man on earth to miscall her but myself
Just a reminder - expenditure on staff costs and consumables is ‘spending’, not ‘investment’, and just because Nu-Labour persists in miscalling it as spending, it doesn't mean we have to accept meekly their attempts to confuse the issue.
While West miscalls Trebinje a Turkish rather than Bosnian town, she insightfully formulates the significance of the minarets that she saw, a significance shared by all Bosnians, whether Muslim, Christian, or Jewish.
Specifically, teachers should know whether to intervene when a word is miscalled , when to intervene, and how to appropriately respond.
The English were among the first to revive the "Louis XIV style" as it was miscalled at first, and paid inflated prices for second-hand Rococo luxury goods that could scarcely be sold in Paris.
This was equally so in Southwest Asia, that in Eurocentric terminology was in colonial times miscalled the ‘Near East’.
Before Jacob went to sea and was miscalled Yawcob by sailormen, he dwelt in dark woods, capered up jungle trees, and swayed vaingloriously from jungle boughs.
One morning, returning asleep on his horse, he miscalls his wife ‘Felice’ - Mrs Charmond's Christian name.
Sundays require solutions and once the papers are read a Protestant ethic of a related sort generally sends me back to work in petty defiance of Knox, Melville and what a reviewer recently miscalled the Scottish Taliban.