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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.

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Imputation was made in 2012 the fact that let's say typographical error was fixed in 2014 it doesn't mean that the libel was republished," Disini said.
"The records of the City Council would readily show that the amounts cited in the letter were apparently lifted from a document that had typographical errors. The original documents submitted by the concerned departments correctly stated the number of units covered by the proposed budget," the councilor explained to dispel the lies circulating on social media shared by gullible people.
The letter further reads, 'It has been noted that there are some duplications or mistakes in the degree titles as well as typographical errors etc.
"The errata is really principally for typographical errors. In the course of preparing the budget there are spelling errors or the figures are missing," Abad told reporters in an ambush interview after the Senate budget hearing.
DAMN typos - or typographical errors to those blissfully unaware of the perils of the printed word.
Erratum: Equations D5 and E3 in the appendices of [1] contain typographical errors. They should read
Most of the breaches involve unauthorized surveillance of Americans or foreign intelligence targets in the US, both of which are restricted by statute and executive order and range from significant violations of law to typographical errors that resulted in unintended interception of US e-mails and telephone calls.
"Foggy-brained, the transcription was spoilt by spelling mistakes and typographical errors. All mine."
Pitts for bringing this to our attention and apologize for the typographical errors. If you would like more information about APRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, be sure to visit the organization's website.
The proposed amendments are necessary to: (i) clarify definitions within the chapter; (ii) emphasize the importance of faculty supervised, hands-on patient care in clinical practice; (iii) clarify the Board's ability to change a nursing education program's level of approval status; (iv) specify minimum qualifications for vocational nursing education program administration and faculty; (v) correct typographical errors; and (vi) eliminate redundant and contradictory language within the chapter.
When asked about the mistakes, Controller Examination Prof Manzoorul Hassan Niazi termed the mistakes "typographical errors".
Many of the corrections deal with typographical errors; however, there also are some substantive changes.