A clerical error

Related to A clerical error: typographical error, technical error
an error made in copying or writing.

See also: Clerical

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The Dark In a message on its social media accounts, the pub said: "Due to a clerical error we seem to be closed for the week.
It was just a clerical error,' Medialdea said in a text message to the Inquirer.
Terry Tyson, head of Galway Vintners, which represents publicans in the city, revealed: "There was a clerical error between the solicitors and ourselves.
5 billion augmentation of the Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) for some legislators under the Disbursement Acceleration Program in 2011 was just a clerical error.
He said it was part of a special exercise and then he said it was a clerical error.
Michael McCaul, R-Austin, says his failure to report millions in stock transactions on financial disclosure reports from 2008 and 2009 resulted from a clerical error made by his accountant.
A Kansas appellate court ruled that the county's mistake in classifying real property based upon an erroneous guess as to the nature of building materials was a clerical error that could require repayment of overpaid taxes.
A clerical error made it appear that a Chief Constable was trying to get a 24-hours drinks licence for his force's main police club even though he has spoken out against all-day drinking for pubs.
The Racing Post stands accused of a clerical error by Canon Stephen Gregory, whose picture we used in relation to Irish punters REGARDING the picture on page 11 of the Racing Poston Thursday: sermon on the mounts my foot
Scores of motorists received wrong speeding tickets because of a clerical error.
38 - which was issued by the LAPD - on a clerical error and said Miller had submitted another application.
The insurer's failure, which resulted from a clerical error, affected 3,600 policyholders, the officials said.