error-prone


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capable of making an error

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Caroline Wozniacki has cleared one of the major hurdles in her bid to win the US Open after easing past an error-prone Maria Sharapova, who is still battling to regain her best form after struggling with injuries for the past two seasons.
So a unifying cause of avoidable costs to a malpractice carrier is error-prone opinions from some medical experts.
Cabinet NG's electronic document management solution transforms labor-intensive, error-prone, paper-based processes into efficient business workflows.
This enables collaborative workgroups in departments such as finance and sales to share spreadsheet data without the typical error-prone method of email and cut-and-paste.
Importing bibliographies into EndNote eliminates the tedious and error-prone task of manual reference transcribing.
GovLogist is an objective and accurate tool that eliminates error-prone interpretations and promotes social justice," said Hemy Fintsy, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, ESI.
Scanning the millions of lines of a computer program's instructions in order to find inconsistencies and other problems is a time-consuming, error-prone task -- even when the process is automated.
Scrambling with already over-burdened staff to update systems manually is error-prone, time-consuming, and an extraordinary waste of valuable resources.
The data reconciliation process can be time-consuming and error-prone, whether an organization uses a middleware solution to move records from a front-office system to a back-office system or manually re-enters the data into different systems.
The Westlake High baseball team relied on fine hitting and dominating pitching to compensate for an error-prone defense most of the season, but this deep into the postseason, it didn't work.
The gene described in the current study belongs to the error-free group, but having identified it makes it easier to find other genes involved in DNA repair, including the error-prone ones.
This eliminates the need for more error-prone operations, like probing system hardware for presence detection.
Kafelnikov's steady baseline play gave him a 4-6, 6-0, 6-3, 7-6 (7-1) victory over an unusually error-prone Thomas Enqvist, who double faulted for the seventh time on match point and made 62 unforced errors.
Although most researchers regard the subterranean waterworks as the products of early, error-prone engineers and construction workers, a new analysis indicates that residents of the holy city skillfully altered a natural network of underground channels and tunnels to ensure a dependable water supply.
Gage said, "We are honored to once again be recognized as one of the fastest growing technology companies in the Metroplex and we look forward to continued growth as more healthcare payers recognize the value of adopting technology to improve claims processing accuracy and reduce dependencies on error-prone offshore operations.
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