miscalculation


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The results announced by the Ministry of Education turned out to be wrong, due to a miscalculation of the grades of students from ethnic minorities, triggering a recount of the results.
What hasn't changed is the danger of human error and miscalculations, including miscalculations of intent.
These reports reinforce the need for China and its neighboring countries to develop crisis management procedures that can avoid miscalculations," State Department spokeswoman Jennifer Psaki told reporters.
It later described those figures as a miscalculation, turning what had first appeared to be a largely successful rescue operation into potentially a major disaster.
As we have repeatedly said and our actions have demonstrated, we believe that these kinds of provocations create risk of miscalculation," he added.
Asked to comment on the development that took place last week in waters off the Japanese-administered Senkaku Islands, State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said, "With regard to the reports of this particular lock-on incident, actions such as this escalate tensions and increase the risk of an incident or a miscalculation.
During the questions and answers session, Shaikh Kahlid rejected an accusation levelled by a participant that by supporting the Syrian people and not the regime, the GCC was making a miscalculation similar to the one it made in the 1990s when it supported Iraqi former president Saddam Husain against Iran.
The grounds for such an appeal include miscalculation of the scoring, inappropriate conduct by officials which may affect the outcome of the bout and any alleged violation of the rules of the IBF/USBA that may have a detrimental effect on the rights of the complainant.
Professor Morgan Kelly said Mr Honohan's miscalculation of losses forced Ireland to guarantee the banks and put us at the mercy of the EU and the IMF.
CDATA[ A former NY governor's aide tells INN Obama has made the biggest miscalculation in US-Israel ties.
Can local Tories answer the following question - is this miscalculation simply a sign of the Tories' lack of experience and inability to do their sums or do they intend to remove child tax credit from couples earning as little as pounds 16,000 each?
Can local Conservatives answer the following question: is this miscalculation simply a sign of the Tories' lack of experience and inability to do their sums or do they intend to remove child tax credit from couples earning as little as pounds 16,000 each?
Is this miscalculation simply a sign of the Tories' inability to do their sums or do they intend to penalise these couples?
A big miscalculation by the Prime Minister and the Home Secretary is to treat all public sector jobs as the same - they are clearly not.
The error began as an apparent miscalculation by the consultant that did the number-crunching on toll-hike options considered by the authority board, the Boston Herald reports.