Noun(1) a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind
(1) The erratum can result in invalid data being delivered to a PCI master and only occurs in 850/860 systems due to ├ö├ç├┐unique architectural interactions├ö├ç├û between the MCH and the ICH2.(2) My point is the following: any scientist who made an error of 65 orders of magnitude in a scientific paper would feel compelled to issue an erratum .(3) It has taken the data off its website, and it has included an erratum in hard copies of its publication.(4) I heard on the news yesterday that some fellow in Sweden (see erratum at bottom) has been fined over $100,000 for speeding.(5) More in the debate over the Jurassic / Cretaceous erratum that was a recent headline.(6) The publisher has inserted an erratum slip noting three errors in dates and explaining that a contrite Hoban ├ö├ç├┐writes at all hours of the day and night, sometimes when a little the worse for wear├ö├ç├û.(7) Mr. Arnold later published an erratum sheet correcting the error.(8) I am sad to say that I think a minor adjustment would not overcome all these factors, and that it is not a matter of inserting just one erratum sheet, as you can see.(9) He called for an erratum to be inserted into the written report and given equal prominence on the Department of Health's website.(10) They said they were going to issue an erratum , but it is difficult.(11) When this erratum occurs, data corruption may occur.(12) The book includes an erratum sheet to correct mistakes on one of the plates and on five of the range maps.(13) So I went to the Web to find the source, hoping I could then salvage my reputation by persuading the journal to print an addendum or erratum .(14) The published erratum clarifies the situation, but the statement caused us to re-examine our data to see what we are able to say about recent trends in HIV among homosexual men.(15) I mentioned on Monday that the online errata page for my last book had been updated and that I would have more details.(16) I will add a clarification to my errata list that Japan's attack on the oil fields was the first foreign attack on the U.S. mainland by a foreign power on the U.S. mainland.
(1) erratum :: エラッタ
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