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Typo

An unintentional mistake in typing, short for "typographical error." In 1962, a typo in the code of the computer instructions for an unmanned satellite traveling to Venus allegedly caused the failure of the mission.
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Mistakes can happen, so we lose a point for every typo or dangling modifier you catch each month.
The term "B2B e-marketplaces," which would once have seemed an egregious typo, now conjures up an entirely new field of play for collaborative, or "coopetitive," businesses (see "The B2B Debate: Private vs.
The first Parisian publication of the volume, by Editions Maspero in 1981, won its author the Prix Guillaume Apollinaire, and it was reissued in Quebec with an introduction by Pierre Nepveu (Editions Typo, 1993).
Its hard to imagine that an unintended typo in a tax law has created so much uncertainty, but thats exactly what many American retailers have been dealing with for over a year now, NRF Senior Vice President for Government Relations David French said.
Questioning the central government's application seeking a correction in the apex court's order, Kharge said: "How can there be a typo? Had it been one word it would have been understandable, the entire paragraph cannot be a typo.
A gamer discovered a coding typo, which might have been the cause of the bad reviews done for first-person shooter game 'Aliens: Colonial Marines.'
But shoppers who have ordered something from the online giant recently might spot something wrong with the bag it comes in - a typo.
So it makes sense that the Canadian smartphone maker is seeking to protect its keyboard IP rights at all costs, bad news for Ryan Seacrest-backed start-up tech company Typo Products LLC.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 6, 2014-BlackBerry sues Typo
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I don't think any voter cares about a typo at the end of the day."