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erroneous

adj. 1) in error, wrong. 2) not according to established law, particularly in a legal decision or court ruling.

erroneous

adjective aberrant, amiss, blundering, containing error, counterfeit, devoid of truth, erring, false, falsus, faulty, fictitious, groundless, illogical, incorrect, inexact, mistaken, spurious, unfounded, ungrounded, unreal, unsound, unsubstantial, untrue, wrong
Associated concepts: erroneous assessment, erroneous deeision, erroneous judgment, erroneous law, erroneous order, erroneous tax
See also: baseless, culpable, errant, fallacious, false, faulty, fictitious, ill-founded, improper, inaccurate, incorrect, inexact, peccant, sophistic, specious, unfounded, unsound, unsustainable, untenable, untrue
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There are also one-sided views, and erroneous and distorted interpretations.''
Security devices will also have a role to play in protecting against erroneous payment orders.
* The risk of erroneous results is present but is minimized because testing methodologies are not complex and are characterized by fes steps; previously prepared or minimal reagent preparations; equipment that requires few operational steps (minimal interaction between operator and equipment) and is easy to maintain and troubleshoot; minimal calibraton reuirements (testing systems are often self-calibrated); quality control material that are readily available; and limited analyst interpretation.
"In a letter to the PM I have informed that his legal advice that Govt needs SC permission is erroneous. Narasimha Rao Govt had nationalised the land and under Article 300A the SC cannot question only compensation.
Gregorio Larrazabal, former elections commissioner, said Marcos' claim that audit logs were missing was not only erroneous but did not help in his election protest case.
Coinbase will ensure that each affected customer will be refunded in full for any erroneous charge.
It is no longer satisfactory for a laboratory's Quality Control (QC) to simply focus on taking care of the instruments--treating the instruments as if they are the laboratory's "patients." Since publication of risk management guidelines such as ISO 15189 (1) and CLSI EP23 (2), the laboratory is now expected to design its QC with a focus on the patient: How does the QC plan effectively mitigate risk of patient harm from erroneous reported patient results?
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Merrill Lynch has agreed to pay a $12.5 million penalty for maintaining ineffective trading controls that failed to prevent erroneous orders from being sent to the markets and causing mini-flash crashes.
Palo, Leyte - The Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board in Eastern Visayas (LTFRB-8) based in this town has admitted issuance of erroneous franchises to a transport company.
When the inevitable occurs, quality assurance and other internal control procedures typically detect and "reprocess" the transaction correctly before the erroneous transaction is ever posted to a participant's account.
Global Banking News-2 October 2009-Indian banks claim no responsibility for delayed or erroneous mobile alerts(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
Does the consistency of omitting proper book-to-tax adjustments for deferred revenue, even if erroneous, represent the adoption of an accounting method?