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typographical error

n.
A mistake in printing, typesetting, or typing, especially one caused by striking an incorrect key on a keyboard.

typograph′ical er′ror


n.
an error in printed or typewritten matter resulting from a mistake in typing or from mechanical failure.
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Noun1.typographical error - a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kindtypographical error - a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind
mistake, error - part of a statement that is not correct; "the book was full of errors"
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He further stated that there was typographic error in the judgment and they took another hour for announcing the decision.
Although readily dismissed as a typographic error, this and other minor hiccups are not enough to detract from Chertok's memoir.
Thus, typographic error counts are lower than those found in De Rooze's study, but translators might resort to calquing in segments that are more difficult to translate.
That was a typographic error in the text and figure.
12 in the Definitions section, and to correct a typographic error in section 4.
In an apparent typographic error, we failed to report a pulmonary valve defect for the 1.
A case initially unmatched by these variables was reclassified as matched if the patient's address, phone number, or medical record number matched, and the initial mismatch was attributed to typographic error, transposition of first and last names, or a recent last name change.
i], which is consistent with the verbal description of the model and corrects a typographic error in the original article (E.
Unless this is a typographic error in the glossary.
For example, discovery of a simple typographic error could have prevented reporting of a misinterpretation error that was discovered at a later time.
They also may reduce typographic errors by allowing the user to check a box rather than free text an entry.