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a slip-up that (according to Sigmund Freud) results from the operation of unconscious wishes or conflicts and can reveal unconscious processes in normal healthy individuals

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Through a rare lapsus calami the appearance of Cliges's servant Jean is attributed to Erec et Enide (p.
a certain Ser Elia (735); and, invited to serve as chapel master, though he declined, the Flemish musician Gienero di Mauritio Luti, which may have been a lapsus calami, in the source, for Lupi (again Wolf; 737).
Also a lapsus calami, or thalami, that has someone singing Florestan in Die Walkure, rather than in Fidelio, where he belongs.
Tisa-Lim, extremely well known from numerous Ebla texts as the queen of Imar, is here called, by an inexplicable lapsus calami, queen of Ugarit.
The lapsus calami noted by Greenstein was already corrected in a subsequent printing of the separatim.