miscopy

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mis·cop·y

 (mĭs-kŏp′ē)
tr.v. mis·cop·ied, mis·cop·y·ing, mis·cop·ies
To copy incorrectly.
n. (mĭs′kŏp′ē)
An incorrect copy.

miscopy

(ˌmɪsˈkɒpɪ)
n, pl -pies
a mistake in copying
vb (tr) , -pies, -pying or -pied
to copy wrongly or badly

miscopy


Past participle: miscopied
Gerund: miscopying

Imperative
miscopy
miscopy
Present
I miscopy
you miscopy
he/she/it miscopies
we miscopy
you miscopy
they miscopy
Preterite
I miscopied
you miscopied
he/she/it miscopied
we miscopied
you miscopied
they miscopied
Present Continuous
I am miscopying
you are miscopying
he/she/it is miscopying
we are miscopying
you are miscopying
they are miscopying
Present Perfect
I have miscopied
you have miscopied
he/she/it has miscopied
we have miscopied
you have miscopied
they have miscopied
Past Continuous
I was miscopying
you were miscopying
he/she/it was miscopying
we were miscopying
you were miscopying
they were miscopying
Past Perfect
I had miscopied
you had miscopied
he/she/it had miscopied
we had miscopied
you had miscopied
they had miscopied
Future
I will miscopy
you will miscopy
he/she/it will miscopy
we will miscopy
you will miscopy
they will miscopy
Future Perfect
I will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
he/she/it will have miscopied
we will have miscopied
you will have miscopied
they will have miscopied
Future Continuous
I will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
he/she/it will be miscopying
we will be miscopying
you will be miscopying
they will be miscopying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
he/she/it has been miscopying
we have been miscopying
you have been miscopying
they have been miscopying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
he/she/it will have been miscopying
we will have been miscopying
you will have been miscopying
they will have been miscopying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
he/she/it had been miscopying
we had been miscopying
you had been miscopying
they had been miscopying
Conditional
I would miscopy
you would miscopy
he/she/it would miscopy
we would miscopy
you would miscopy
they would miscopy
Past Conditional
I would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
he/she/it would have miscopied
we would have miscopied
you would have miscopied
they would have miscopied
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3) Furthermore, the most serious problems with clinical data do not result from a miscopied number, but rather whether, for example, clinicians are properly trained and follow the trial protocol as they should.
At the conclusion of a routine sick visit eight years ago, my son' pediatrician told me my boy had a severe and lifelong neurological disorder by perfunctorily shoving a batch of miscopied articles into my shaking hands, all of which contained the word 'autism' in the titles.
A fat-fingered 10-key calculation, or a miscopied number or even something as simple as using the wrong state abbreviation could individually and collectively lead to an error.
Containing forty-four lines of text, the fragment was apparently discarded by the scribe because he miscopied part of "The Eighte songe" at the bottom of the page, and decided it was easier to start over on a fresh sheet rather than try to correct the problem.
Perhaps the lines were merely miscopied in the editing of True at First Light--perhaps this is moment of anxious editing by Patrick Hemingway--or perhaps the lines as written seemed just as nonsensical to him as "the red spilling up one's chest" without an understanding of what such an "old splitting" could be about.
Housman's prose pours sarcastic abuse on scholars who are too lazy and thoughtless to find out how manuscripts are really copied and miscopied.
However, each time the repair mechanisms miss a mistake, it becomes encoded in the DNA--and the next time duplication occurs, the miscopied DNA is treated as correct.
Our values for multiple myeloma and stomach cancer were incorrect because we had miscopied the SMRs from Boice et al.
Ziolkowski includes in his claim for the poem's intellectual and literary subtlety the first seven lines, which are so difficult and miscopied that Peter Dronke, who first brought the poem to general attention, thought them mere pen trials, copied with the rest simply because the first line included Jezebel's name, in a clumsy effort by the `somewhat foolish copyist' to connect Jezebel to the following poem, which Dronke calls Semiramis.
Its text includes a number of slightly miscopied book titles (including Foster's own), proper names that are not quite right, and sentences with missing matter or other anomalies.
At the conclusion of a routine sick visit eight years ago, my son's pediatrician told me my boy had a severe and lifelong neurological disorder by perfunctorily shoving a batch of miscopied articles into my shaking hands, all of which contained the word "autism" in the titles.
The Mandaic forerunner demonstrates that the BTA version is defective and has been miscopied in several instances.