free from error

See: disabuse
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My reflections, however, on those facts may not be free from error.
According to Iran's official religion, Twelver Shiism, no one is divinely free from error and sin.
Accurate--This means faithfully representing true values or readings that are free from error.
While the vast majority of question papers taken so far have been free from error there have been a number of question papers which have included errors.
The letter says: "While the vast majority of question papers taken so far have been free from error, you will be aware that there have been a number of papers delivered by a range of awarding organisations that have included an error.
We expect, as I am sure you do, that all question papers issued to students should be free from error.
The letter, sent on behalf of the exam regulators of England, Wales and Northern Ireland, says: "Whilst the vast majority of question papers taken so far have been free from error, you will be aware that there have been a number of papers delivered by a range of awarding organisations that have included an error.
3 : free from error <a sound argument> <sound beliefs>
Mitchell's own claims, however, were hardly free from error.
Many of these software vendors check for accuracy during the preparation process, ensuring that more returns, when transmitted to the IRS via the software provider, are free from error.
Witnesses--police and civilian alike--would come to court and tell their tales accurately and completely, free from error and exaggeration.