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make a mistake

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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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The grounds of the appeal, further included that the 'trial judge erred in law by overruling all the heads of the Preliminary Objections raised to the competence of the Senator Ladoja case in the process failed and refused to follow decided authorities of Appellate Courts cited before him and thereby embarked on clustered justice which led to a miscarriage of justice against the Appellant.
Whether the commissioners erred in approving the USR application without competent evidence the applicants made diligent efforts to conserve prime farm land.
The manager will again line up in Bournemouth as erred on the caution.
Whereas the court held in paragraph 21 that rule 53 has not been amended to cater for the record in respect of executive decisions, the Court erred in holding that a purposive interpretation will, nevertheless bring executive decisions under rule 53.
NHS England has erred in deciding that it has no power to commission the preventative drugs in issue.
Katherine's lawyer had argued that the verdict form used by the jury had been faulty and that the judge had erred by refusing to let them pursue a negligence claim independent of the hiring case.
Global Banking News-August 7, 2013--Mizrahi CEO says Bank Leumi erred on Dankner(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
The defendants appealed raising several issues, which were as follows: 1) Whether the trial court erred as a matter of law or abused its discretion in charging the jury that it could award damages under the Wrongful Death Act for plaintiffs' loss of the society and companionship of Hyseem.
It says the Court erred in making the PC virtually a meaningless and redundant body contrary to the intent and spirit of the new appointment system introduced by the Parliament through Article 175A.
The Second District Court of Appeal rejected Tajiddin Carter's argument that the judge erred when admitting into evidence statements made to deputies and at a preliminary hearing by victim Don Simmons, who couldn't be found to testify at the trial.
District Court held that the IRS erred in revaluing a decedent's minority ownership interest in four LLCs.
Lloyd, the court concluded that a prosecutor erred when he dismissed two citizens during jury selection for a criminal trial because of their perceived religious leanings.
Kopeikin counters that Will and other critics have erred in their calculations.
The chief veterinarian for the project, which was to produce the country's first clone from adult, or somatic, cells rather than embryonic cells, said the experiment erred either in the lab or in the field.
The United Methodist Church's highest court, its nine-member Judicial Council, decided April 25 that it erred last fall when it said bishops must suspend pastors during disciplinary review.