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mistake

[mə′stāk]
(computer science)
A human action producing an unintended result, in contrast to an error in a computer operation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Calantha had finally responded to Penthea's insistence on her own impending death, not only with tears, but also with mistakably misogynist construction of those tears: "Now, beshrew try sadness.
Not everyone likes the retro styling and elegant old world interior but since the car's 1999 launch its unique and un- mistakably British style has grown on me.
Einbaum asks the question, "Is it possible to be a German and a Jew?" "With shame he admits" being Jewish, "but a German first." He repeats the common sentiment, "A German, unmistakably, and more or less mistakably, a Jew" (pp.