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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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Much as I would like to overlook the typographical errors in a book of this importance, one typo produces a serious error in meaning.
The sometimes Italianate nature of his English translations of quotations and occasional typographical errors in no way detract from the considerable merits of this study, which admirably fulfils its stated purpose of reevaluating Italian Renaissance tragedy.
Its system, she said, is different in that it translates not word for word but based on context and is 100 percent tolerant of typographical errors and spelling mistakes.
How, without archival research, did the team cope with such simple but obstinate difficulties as typographical errors in the genealogies?
Considering that this collection bears the imprint of Oxford University Press and that it is likely to become a standard reference work, someone should go over the next printing and eliminate several typographical errors.
The book contains few typographical errors, and is handsomely printed and bound, a testimony to the high standards for which Droz is known.
Complete with exclamation points and typographical errors, President Clinton and John Glenn traded e-mail like chatty schoolboys trying a new toy.
The author was not served well by her editors, unfortunately, as the text contains a number of typographical errors and a few small errors of fact.
Although this fine edition is marred by a number of typographical errors and inconsistent citations, Shannon must be congratulated for having prepared a useful edition and an informative and well argued introduction.
A final word on Moulakis's book: it is unfortunately marred by a surprisingly large number of typographical errors (missing words, misnumbered footnotes, misquoted passages, and garbled syntax) which occasionally make it difficult to read.
Material in this news release may still contain technical inaccuracies, omissions or typographical errors, for which EXMIN assumes no responsibility.