incorrectly


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in an incorrect manner

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in an inaccurate manner

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4 issue incorrectly identified the builder and curriculum modules developer as Metova Inc., which has an office in Conway and which separated from Metova Federal last year.
Traffic Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Farrukh Rasheed has directed officials to take prompt action against all those drivers who disrupt the smooth flow of traffic and cause an inconvenience for other road users by incorrectly parking vehicles.
Of the 44 seats checked, 25 were incorrectly fitted.
Ambedkar's middle name 'Ramji' in state records was taken by the government as some states were writing his name incorrectly.
An Article on page B1 Thursday incorrectly stated that Bella Casa manager Karen Moore had not responded to her.
He also said the name of Australia's Prime Minister incorrectly, calling him Malcolm Trumble instead of Malcolm Turnbull.
In "Role Call," Steph Smith was incorrectly referred to as a woman.
A survey of more than 1,000 people by the consumer group found 77% incorrectly think there is a credit blacklist.
A survey of more than 1,000 people by the consumer group found that 77% incorrectly think there is a credit blacklist.
56) incorrectly said Espin 83; the column's text is correct.
Pierce, Jr., the $2.1 billion in benefits granted by administrative law judge Charles Bridges was incorrectly characterized as being for a one-year period.
In the September 2011 issue, on page 77 in the "2010 ANCSA Regional Corporation Overview" we stated incorrectly that Calista Corp.
In patients with diabetes by OGTT criteria, Hb[A.sub.1c] classification by IEC criteria labeled 32% correctly, 38% incorrectly as having prediabetes, and 29% incorrectly as being normal; ADA criteria labeled 32% correctly, 50% incorrectly as having prediabetes, and 18% incorrectly as being normal; and VA/DoD criteria labeled 12% correctly, 71% incorrectly as having prediabetes, and 18% incorrectly as being normal.
In the review of Something Like Fate, the main character's best friend's name was incorrectly identified as Erica.