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make a mistake

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sin

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to make an error or mistake

to violate a moral or divine law

to turn away from a prescribed course of action or conduct

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to make a mistake or be incorrect

wander from a direct course or at random

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And the fans may concur with the idea of replacing K err if Ireland fail to finish in the top two of a qualifying group for the second successive time.
However, there are two possible explanations for the intracellular effects of ERr 731[R]: (a) the substances actively cross the membrane by transporters or pumps and act intracellularly, or (b) they modulate transcription via membrane bound estrogen receptors.
In this study, 112 perimenopausal women were randomized to 4 mg/day of ERr 731 or to placebo for 12 weeks.
Table 2 indicates that such shifts had a variable impact on the ERR until June of 1932, when sharp increases caused the demand for required reserves relative to deposits to increase through June of 1936.
pyogenes (ERR)isolated in Gipuzkoa, Spain, in the last 10 years and 128 ErR isolated in Vitoria and Madrid during 1996.
If he has earned nothing else in his 45 years as a cleric and his 52 years as a member of the Oblate order, it is the right to expect that church officials, should they err in dealing with him, would err on the side of fairness.
Well-designed clinical studies have demonstrated that a novel rhubarb extract known as ERr 731[TM] provides effective relief for menopausal hot flashes that is comparable to conventional hormone therapies, but without the associated potential for serious adverse events.
2005) pooled results from nuclear workers in 15 countries; in calculating countryspecific excess relative risk (ERR) per sievert, they found one country, Canada, to have an ERR > 6 times the 15-country average.
Though there was no threat to LAX, we always, always will err on the side of caution.
Retained enjoyment: First, the Fifth Circuit found that the Tax Court did not err in determining that the decedent had retained possession or enjoyment of the FLP property.
I want to err on the broad side of maintaining that separation [of church and state]," said Joe Stegner, assistant Republican floor leader.
Allied and Axis generals are treated as military strategists who, at times, err in judgment and sometimes are in conflict with their own governments.
He also cites with approval the Precautionary Principle; to wit, "It is better to err on the side of protecting human and environmental safety than to err on the side of the risks" (p.
I take the position that violence is such an evil and our ability to control it and justify it is so limited that we must err on the side of peace.
The Institute of Medicine (IOM) report "To Err Is Human" (1) cast a long shadow over the entire issue of health care safety.