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typographical error

(typo) An error while inputting text via keyboard, made despite the fact that the user knows exactly what to type in. This usually results from the operator's inexperience at keyboarding, rushing, not paying attention, or carelessness.

Compare: mouso, thinko.
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Bailey seems to be saying that morphological features can be used interchangeably with tracheary element length as phyletic indicators (see Tippo, 1946).
Macie was a wonderful storyteller and told us vivid tales of her life in Tippo, Mississippi.
Tippo. Another product of the war, DDT, appeared in studies of its effects on wildlife in Volume 42, 1950, and on fish food in Volume 50, 1953, early steps on the trail leading, in 1962, to Rachel Carson's dire warning, Silent Spring.
Personalmente, osserviamo che i risponsabili politicamente degli Stati membri evitano qualsiassi rifferimento al modello federale e puo darsi che in questo contexto e nata la comparazioen con una federazione si stati, del tippo asociativvo di dirito internazionale che presenta pero le piu pocche rassomiglianze con la struttura dell' Unione Europeo.
More than 100 works have been pledged for "An Affair of the Heart" to benefit Tippo resident Lyn Raney Hardy's quest for a triple organ donation.
Allison grew up in a rich musical environment in Tippo, Miss., where he "heard everything that's a part of American music pretty much by the time I was a teen-ager.
(5) For example, Beatson includes a frontispiece engraving of Tippoo Sultan, descriptions of marches, ambushes, a siege, a description of Seringatapam and of Tippo's library, a history of the Mysore Kingdom and "A general View of the Advantages Resulting to the British Interests from the Conquest of Mysore." Moor includes descriptions of scenery, native customs, sketches of the character of Tippoo Sultan and of the Mahratta's domestic government and character, plates showing Tippoo's coins, and a glossary of Indian and military terms.
We particularly thank community members Uncle Bob Anderson, Auntie Joanie Moreton, Uncle Cliff Campbell, Auntie Thelma Campbell, Auntie Shirley Moreton, Uncle Keith Borey, Auntie Eileen O'Laughlin, Uncle Denis Moreton, Brian Coghill, Denise Coghill, Mark Jones, Warren (Nikko) Nixon, Troy Coolwell, Aaron McIvor, Mandy Blivet, Suzanne Blivet, Grant N Martin, Grant W Martin, Leigh Myers, Josh Perry, Alan Perry, John Tapp, Lee Tippo and Dale Ruska.