At first you think it's a typographical error
, or maybe the statistician left the game midway through the first quarter and never returned.
The company apologizes for any confusion regarding the typographical error
that occurred in its last release regarding the dollar amount of its buyback plan, the company is fully committed to the complete and accurate issuance of information and will take extra steps in the future regarding the proofing of future information releases," stated Abraham Rosenman President of First Guardian Financial Corporation.
That's either a colossal turnabout or a typographical error
Somehow, at some unknown time, Jordan's body rewrote his genetic legacy and stopped his disease, correcting a tiny but crucial typographical error
in one stretch of DNA.
It was a typographical error
that Greg Norman could have ignored, if he hadn't been held accountable by his conscience.
Due to a typographical error
, presentation materials and subsequent press reports have indicated that AIG's Lexington Insurance Company subsidiary would reduce gross and net coverage by 20 percent to 25 percent in catastrophe areas.
UN) announced that, at the request of the Ontario Securities Commission, it has refiled its annual certifications by its CEO and CFO for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2004 due to an inadvertent typographical error
concerning the date of the certificates.
Anna Nisi and colleagues have discovered typographical errors
in some of the citations in their paper in the Jan.
We would like to apologise for typographical errors
made during publication of the paper: Midwives care during the Third Stage of Labour: an analysis of the New Zealand College of Midwives Midwifery Database 2004-2008 by Dixon, L.
At least three other typographical errors
appeared within the body of the advert.
Births Editor's note: This birth announcement is being rerun due to some typographical errors
were corrected in figure 5 (page 175) of the review article by Bryan Jenkins et al.
The book you refer to is usually reliable, but typographical errors
do occur even in the most carefully edited manuscripts.
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology said it accepts thousands of notices annually from textbook publishers to correct typographical errors
and omissions and to update statistical data.
It is sprinkled with typographical errors
like "Ahlff" for "Alf" (Fe Alf, a dancer of the 1930s), "Mary Jane Wells" for "Mary Ann Wells," Punch and Judy for Punch and the Judy.