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erratum

A correction of a printing, typographical, or editorial error.
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We identified only 1 previous study that considered errata in the context of systematic reviews [5].
Issuing errata was better than the Senate realigning funds for these programs as it would ensure that the restored amounts would not be vetoed by the President, Drilon said in an earlier hearing.
CPU errata may be nothing new, but how companies respond to them still impacts how the issue is perceived by the IT community.
Letter to a Future Lover: Marginalia, Errata, Secrets, Inscriptions, and Other Ephemera Found in Libraries provides an unusual literary focus on the slips of paper, highlights, inscriptions, and relics of book readers, and gathers seven dozen essays written in response to 'library ephemera', which is defined as personal and university collections.
However, the UPL spokesperson said that they had not noticed the errata until it had been brought to their notice by M AIL T ODAY .
It was not 100 pages of "errata" at all, but 269 pages.
Errata said that it had detected some 600,000 vulnerable
Errata: Issue 93, 2014, included a printing error in Angela Joosse's article, "The Irrepressible Rush of Marie Menken's Go!
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