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typo.

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typog.

abbreviation for
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) variants of typ.
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Australia's new $50 note has been discovered with a typo. The yellow and green note, which is worth around US$35, has Edith Cowan - the first woman to serve in Australia's parliament - on one side of the bill.
Had it been one word it would have been understandable, the entire paragraph cannot be a typo. Things have come out now and they are making attempts to further hide it."
One of the biggest use cases of the 'Delete for Everyone' option is that it allows you to recall a message sent to the wrong chat, or if the message sent contains a mistake or a typo. Deleting messages is fairly recent in WhatsApp, something that has been in other chat apps like Skype and Telegram for a long time.
So in all likelihood, this could be a typo. However, the presence of the GPU names GA104 and GA104-400 seems hardly a typo.
When users see typos in the text box, they can just click the replace button and say the word to replace the typo. Kika uses its AI algorithm to determine which word to replace through similar sound/similar meaning.
A document of which I was (and mostly still am) very proud.<br />It turns out to have a typo. An obvious one, not even arguably a word nor a quirk attributable to spell-check.
In a response on the comments thread on Facebook, PCOO Undersecretary Lorraine Badoy retaliated and claimed that the error was a typo.