Mistaken may refer to:
- Mistaken Identity, a claim of the actual innocence of a criminal defendant
- Mistaken Point (Newfoundland and Labrador), a small Canadian headland
- Planes Mistaken for Stars, an American punk rock group formed in 1997
Other articles related to "mistaken":
... auris utraque both ears "a" can be mistaken as an "o" which could read "o.u.", meaning both eyes bis bis twice b.d./b.i.d ... bedtime mistaken for "b.i.d", meaning twice daily BUCC bucca inside cheek cap ... with food, (but also cubic centimetre) mistaken for "U", meaning units also has an ambiguous meaning use "mL" or "milliliters" cf with food comp ...
... Mistaken identity is a defense in criminal law which claims the actual innocence of the criminal defendant, and attempts to undermine evidence of guilt by asserting ... Although scientific studies have shown that mistaken identity is a common phenomenon, jurors give very strong credence to eyewitness testimony, particularly ...
... The Accidental Gangster and the Mistaken Courtesan (Hangul 1724 기방난동사건 RR 1724 Gibang-nandong sageon literally "Gibang riot in 1724") is a ... as a "comic action film", The Accidental Gangster and the Mistaken Courtesan depicts the gangster culture of Joseon Dynasty Korea, and is based on an actual fight that occurred at a ...
... The mistaken identity hypothesis suggests that sexual cannibalism occurs when females fail to identify males that try to court ... In pre-copulatory sexual cannibalism, mistaken identity can be seen when a female does not allow the male to perform the courtship dance and engages in attack ... because scientists struggle to distinguish between mistaken identity and the other hypotheses (aggressive spillover, adaptive foraging, and mate choice) ...
... "Mistaken Identity" is an alternative pop song written by Billymann and Delta Goodrem ... and co-written by Billymann for Goodrem's second album Mistaken Identity (2004) ...
Famous quotes containing the word mistaken:
“He had not the least pride of birth and rank, that common narrow notion of little minds, that wretched mistaken succedaneum of merit.”
—Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (16941773)
“[Urging the national government] to eradicate local prejudices and mistaken rivalships to consolidate the affairs of the states into one harmonious interest.”
—James Madison (17511836)
“If woman alone had suffered under these mistaken traditions [of womens subordination], if she could have borne the evil by herself, it would have been less pitiful, but her brother man, in the laws he created and ignorantly worshipped, has suffered with her. He has lost her highest help; he has crippled the intelligence he needed; he has belittled the very source of his own being and dwarfed the image of his Maker.”
—Clara Barton (18211912)