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Drawing a Hypothesis: Figures of Thought, 2nd Corrected Edition (supplemental material included)
Therefore, though there is little new for the Churchill scholar or aficionado, the book has some potential for the general reader, especially if there is a revised and corrected edition.
The corrected edition is now available for download to all members.
of London) presents an expanded and corrected edition of his 2001 Classical Competing Risks.
Given his credentials, the number of inaccuracies that have crept into the work is disappointing (there is a corrected edition in process).
To R (G) B From E (of) H Corrected edition With filled in blanks--very valuable-sell quick
Holt had initially promised to send a corrected edition.
We urge that a corrected edition of the 2006-2007 Annual Report be published as soon as possible and that the edition on the Internet be revised immediately to provide the public with science-based facts regarding high fructose corn syrup.
This booklet, issued in conjunction with Sir John Soane's Museum is a re-issue of the corrected edition of 2002.
But the corrected edition of Mishneh Torah reads precisely "Talmud"
Although a corrected edition appeared in Boston in 1738, the damage, such as it was, was done: the European editions and translations that established Edwards as something of an international celebrity among revivalists and pietists stemmed from what Edwards considered to be a faulty text.
She asked her publisher, also Simon and Schuster, to destroy its copies of the book and to publish a corrected edition, and she set her researchers to work combing the text for "borrowed" passages.