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typo

A misspelled word when typing. See typo domain.
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Compared with other mistakes, the typos are almost certain to secure Australia a spot in the hall of fame of currency blunders that reach back far in history.
Dorsey suggested that an edit button would be helpful in fixing typos, but they have to figure out a way to prevent users from editing all of their tweets from the past which could be a problem.
Typo's Trend and Innovation Manger, Katie Fanshawe said, "The design of this collection combines original art to capture the nostalgia associated with the movie, with bold typography and new fabrications to appeal to a new audience as well."
'A typo. And from a department that has transformed the government communication system so millions of Filipinos are in direct link with the government - where before they never felt the presence of government in their lives,' she added.
Commuters have been left scratching their heads at the seemingly new destination on Arriva's number 12 route between Rhyl and Llandudno, where an unfortunate typo has turned Pensarn into 'Pensam.' Damon Povey was on his way to work in Llandudno yesterday when he thought his eyes were playing tricks on him.
TEHRAN (FNA)- It was not unusual for US President Donald Trump to tweet at all hours, it was not even unusual for the president's tweets to have a typo or two, but a message shared by Trump at midnight Wednesday really had the internet stumped.
"Now the issue here is not the typo in his business card -- because for him, it isn't a typo -- it's the fact that he landed a 'high- level' job in our industry without an ounce of experience."
The spoof concludes by saying the Clinton campaign told complaining human rights groups that the letter contained a typo. "Hillary meant to write 20,000, not 200,000."
A CHARITY has pledged to investigate after including a typo on a new road sign honouring Dame Shirley Bassey.
But the typo would have cast my sentence in a whole different light if I hadn't spotted it before shooting it along.
Also in October, another typo in reporting on a Top 49er survey caused a ripple in the Top 49ers and throughout the October print edition--the Top 49ers rankings from 5 to 34 were off one because of an extra 1.