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erroneous

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

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'Now, more than ever, the Bureau of Corrections must publish the names of the erroneously released convicts,' Nograles said in a statement.
On the 5th of August, a statement was erroneously put out by my publicist, causing embarrassment to me personally, the government and people of Bermuda, and to my fans.
The name of Douglas Moon, who is not implicated at all, appeared erroneously in the story.
"The petitioner (APC) has satisfactorily established its entitlement to refund of the erroneously collected and paid under protest excise taxes in the aggregate amount of P73.7 million," the 19-page division reads.
'In a report dated July 6, 2018, the Commission on Audit found that from 2008 to 2014, the One-Stop Shop Inter-Agency and Duty Drawback Center erroneously issued around 3,231 tax credit certificates (TCCs) contrary to the Omnibus Investments Code of 1987, to the detriment of the government,' Dominguez said in a press briefing.
According to the report, the stock's "premium valuation erroneously based on faux earnings is unwarranted given the material long-term structural issues and near-term accounting risk." 'DELAYED PROJECTS, LIBERAL USE OF POC ACCOUNTING': Glasshouse Research initiated Aerojet Rocketdyne with a price target of $14.50, arguing that management has taken "significant advantage of its PoC accounting and recognized revenue prematurely" in its respective long-term contracts.
Assistant Minister of Tertiary Education, Research, Science and Technology, Mr Fidelis Molao said Parliament had erroneously aired on March 19 that students were incurring charges for account maintenance and allowances disbursement.
In the article by Mutlu-Albayrak et al., entitled "A congenital cranial dysinnervation disorder: Mobius' syndrome" that was published in the September 2017 issue of our journal, two words erroneously written incorrect.
A story in Wednesday's A section, the Associated Press reported erroneously that the meeting had lasted about a half-hour.
Another case was studied, which was presented by a young man against a woman in his district that led to his brother's arrest, erroneously accusing him of theft.
YOUR 'It Happened on this Day' column of 22nd June erroneously stated that "Guglielmo Marconi patented his invention of the wireless".
The story erroneously said complaints about judges were automatically referred and complaints about lawyers were reviewed.