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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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He argues the trial court erred in denying his motions to strike and set aside the verdict because there was inadequate corroboration of his extrajudicial confession.
In this study, 112 perimenopausal women were randomized to 4 mg/day of ERr 731 or to placebo for 12 weeks.
The standardised extract ERr 731[R] (drug:extract ratio 16-26:1, extraction solvent calciumoxide:water 1:38 (mass/mass)), consists mainly of rhaponticin and desoxyrhaponticin and small amounts of the aglycones trans-rhapontigenin and desoxyrhapontigenin (both together about 5%).
Coaches should be mindful, however, that athletes do not become overly conscious of their tendencies to err short, because this may lead to the classical "chocking effect," which happens when athletes think too much about the skill they are about to perform and the possibility of failure.
IRELAND are hoping that speculation surrounding the future of manager Brian K err will not detract from the nation's chances of beating Switzerland in tonight's Group Four clash at Lansdowne Road, writes Dan Childs.
The heuristic is helpful but may cause us to err and lose time if we are wrong.
Having just read "To Err Is Human" (SN: 8/14/04, p.
The policy will cover lost income and extra expenses caused by shutting the plant down, and is designed to encourage plants to err on the side of caution and close shop if a hurricane is looming, Ace said.
As Grampaw Pettibone would say, "Gol darn it, to err may be human ...
I think there was a rap song about these shoes where they called them "Err Force 1's." I think it's silly to write rap songs about shoes.
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.
Societies that err on the side of too much conformity lose the ability to innovate and adapt to changing conditions and, hence, they eventually fail.
That may be so, but the government has decided to err on the side of caution.
But, as David Nirenberg has stunningly shown in Communities of Violence, we err when we attempt to create teleologies of violence.
A fundamental principle of this analysis is the concept of the effective reserve requirement (ERR), defined as the ratio of required reserves to total deposits.