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Following the incident the captain and crew members apologised repeatedly, insisting that it was a misprint.
We find ourselves unable to recommend this lovely item to you as the price appears to be either a misprint or a satire.
Writing on his website, under the pseudonym The Right Reverend Jimmy Quickly, Costello told fans he was "unable to recommend" the album "as the price appears to be either a misprint or a satire.
The Examiner motto, I might point out, is the Might of Right, a subtlety our cousins across the pond would probably think was a misprint.
The one-of-a-kind 1855 misprint was sold to a group of buyers who asked that their identities and the winning bid be kept confidential, said auctioneer David Feldman.
A day after this slip- up was reported in a vernacular publication and snowballed into a controversy in the LKA's 70- member council, Sharma said: " It was nothing but internal politicking despite a clarification about the misprint.
The application notes contain recommended operating parameters for inline, batch, ultrasonic, stencil and misprint cleaning.
09), was this a senior moment on my part or even a misprint that Middlesbrough Council paid pounds 25,000 to clear part of Longridge site last December?
StencilWasher MP automatic misprint and stencil cleaner removes non-reflowed solder paste and adhesives from assemblies, stencils and screens, including reflowed assemblies.
I was wondering if the Echo had a misprint in its April 3 edition showing the community police officers, as Pc Ian Beacall was clearly not speaking about Trowbridge.
I was looking through the June 2005 edition, and in the "IMA 2004 Salary Survey" article, there's a misprint.
The 'maturity' of Katerina Bohmova is just a misprint in her Tour stats, giving her birthdate as January 22, 1958