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erratum

A correction of a printing, typographical, or editorial error.
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In submitting our errata, we didn t make significant changes to the proposed budget.
However, after reading the errata, clarifications or manual, staff may still have questions regarding how to code or schedule an MDS.
In a House of Commons question, he asked John Pres-cott, the Deputy Prime Minister, "if he will publish an errata slip for the publication English Cities to acknowledge the existence of the boroughs of Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley and Sandwell".
According to the panel, "Judge Holloway's testimony and her deposition in a later errata sheet became the central most important contested matters in the case.
So the question becomes not whether, but how to handle the errata that start to trickle in when a work of this size is first put before the public.
A spokesman for Edexcel said an errata notice was sent out and phone calls were made to centres before the exam in the hope that most of the students were made aware of the error beforehand.
A few minor typos pop up occasionally (O'Reilly has a list of errata on its Web site), but they don't taint the quality of the work overall.
Correct versions of Tables 11, 12, and 13 are printed in this Errata.
The Journal does not appear to have received volume one of Wujastyk's Sanskrit catalogue; volume two contains references to it and an errata list.
Instead, Errata allows Steiner to return to the occasions of his most persistent themes, thus to return to the themes themselves.
Errata appeared in the March 1996 issue, and additional errata appear in this issue.