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typo

typo

A misspelled word when typing. See typo domain.
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An unfortunate typo has turned Pensarn into 'Pensam' on one of Arriva's number 12 buses
Years ago, I owned a fabulous collection of newspaper typos -- ones I knew were legitimate because I clipped them out myself.
A common typo error is forgetting the letter "I" in public, which has its own consequences.
BlackBerry believes Typo threatens that brand with its iPhone keyboard accessary.
The complaint against Typo alleges patent infringement and that Typo has copied BlackBerry's keyboard with its iPhone keyboard case designed to slip on to iPhone devices.
If typo is so clever, how come everyone is doing it?
Zinc finger nucleases have edited mistakes out of cells grown in the laboratory, but no one had previously reported success with correcting typos in an animal.
However, it is a compelling enough typo that it will remain.
Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe has decided against calling a special legislative session to fix a typo in a new law that allows anyone, of any age, to marry as long as they have parental permission.
While it's embarrassing to the state, there's no cause to make more of it than what it is: a simple typo.
We apologize to Doug McManaman for a page 31 typo in "Teaching in Perspective" that changed the author's meaning.
The question must have a typo in for the given answer to be correct.