typographical error


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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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In spite of the fact that nobody ever mentioned his article to him after it appeared--full of typographical errors which he thought intentional-- he got a certain satisfaction from believing that the citizens of Lincoln had meekly accepted the epithet `coarse barbarians.'
An editor, and even typographical errors, may have produced nearly all of the very minor changes made in this version.
" Ressa's lawyer said he thinks the claim of the DOJ that the article was republished in 2014 is false asthe update was only made to correct typographical errors and did not affect the supposedly libelous part of the story.
After screenshots of the mistake went viral on social media, the broadcaster took to Twitter to apologise for the error: 'Today, during a live address of the prime minister during his ongoing visit to China, a typographical error took place, which remained on screen for 20 seconds and later removed.
I think what's important here is first, to look at whether there was a protocol for a minor change like the correction of a typographical error and what the protocol is.
It gets better for stressed associates everywhere: The Board felt that Cadbury's motion to compel was the result of Cadbury's attorney concluding, upon the discovery of the typographical error, that he had found an excuse to become "pedantic, unreasonable, and uncooperative."
If a document uploaded in 2005 and 2006 mentions him as a British national, it is a typographical error. It is for the UK authorities to look into this," Surjewala told M AIL T ODAY .
1) You notice a typographical error: Delete and repost the piece.
At that time he pointed out the typographical error.
In my written text of the 2011 George Alcock Memorial Lecture 'Observing through the Light' (JBAA 122(1) (2012)) there is a typographical error which I would like to correct.
LGC laboratory said one of its staff members made a "typographical error" while inputting code, leading Scotland Yard to spend more than a year trying to trace a non-existent suspect.
In the third line of the abstract, as the result of a typographical error, the chromosomal translocation was stated as being between the long arms of chromosomes 9 and 12, when in fact it is chromosomes 9 and 22.