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.
On Tuesday, a NAB representative told the court that Mr Hussain was declared dead in the 2001 case because of a typographical error, and the mistake was repeated in the 2004 case due to 'copy-paste' from the first case.
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.
Also, a letter from Gabe Kaimowitz on the Bar's Committee to Review Lawyer Discipline contained a typographical error in one paragraph.
The spelling of "hawthorne," for instance, took me toward the socially restrictive and morally compromised world of Hester Prynne, although I subsequently found out that such thinking was a happy accident occasioned by a typographical error.
Also, a typographical error misstated comments of John Signaigo, vice president of Clear channel, who said it was diary placement, not dial placement, that can affect ratings.
It was just a typographical error that didn't get caught when we proofread the copy," said college spokeswoman Nancy Wright.
And in the typographical error arena, the correct spelling of the creative director's name at Lowe Lintas & Partners is Niko Courtelis.
Pages without direct links to them can be accessed by anyone making an intelligent guess or typographical error.