accidental inclusion

accidental inclusion

[¦ak·sə¦den·təl in′klü·zhən]
(petrology)
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He said the company had to build a new website from scratch to help consumers learn if they were affected and shortcuts in that process led to additional issues, including the accidental inclusion of a mandatory arbitration clause that said no consumer who took advantage of Equifax's free credit monitoring service offered in the wake of the breach could take part in legal action against the company.
Call it the Detroit Peace Plan: These days, nothing is bringing the Motor City's Jews and Muslims closer than suing fast food franchises over the accidental inclusion of bacon in orders that ought to have been kosher or halal.
Generalizing further, one might envision inserting entire passages of words as insiders into longer texts--or, conversely, searching existing texts for the accidental inclusion of particular insider passages.
Clef Notes now offers teacher customization in selection of notes to be studied, as well as clef selection, accidental inclusion and ledger line inclusion.
A minor flaw found in the layout is the accidental inclusion of a spurious extra page 13 (which other could it have been
A profusion of unexplained terms such as these would have made the book inaccessible, but one sole instance is forgivable as an accidental inclusion.
The new standards, adopted last October to replace current regulations that require labeling of transgenic foods, allows for accidental inclusion of 1% of genetically altered food.