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Therefore inaccuracies may result from human error.
When asked to specify the inaccuracies the force press office later issued a second statement - this time wrongly claiming the oneyear-olds had been linked to sex offences.
Fafen clarified that inaccuracies in the data might have been due to human errors by volunteer citizen observers in transcribing numbers by hand from Statements of the Count late at night on polling day.
We have never claimed that Britannica is error-free," he added, "but Nature attributed to us dozens of inaccuracies that simply were not inaccuracies at all.
Other inaccuracies include the statement that there is no information on deposition of nanosized particles in the respiratory tract, and repeated misuse of terms such as "particulate" versus "particle.
Because this behavior is directly related to the viscosity of the fluid in which the particles are moving, inaccuracies in the measurement of viscosity translate directly into inaccuracies in particle size measurement.
TOWSON, MARYLAND, A credit analysis and management solutions provider, has launched CreditXpert Detective[TM], a tool for finding inaccuracies in credit files and acting on them.
Response from abstinence supporters has included the argument that Waxman's report doesn't mention how many inaccuracies were found or what portion of each curriculum program was examined.
Because of inaccuracies in the Julian calendar established by Julius Caesar in 46 B.
The center also will work with agents to assist customers in working with credit providers to contest any inaccuracies in a credit report and to have inaccurate information removed.
We needed a system that would significantly reduce the time spent compiling reports and make all data more visible across the organization which in turn will help in eliminating inaccuracies," said Jane Marx, vice president and controller at Miller-Valentine.
The American Board of Otolaryngology (ABOto) wishes to point out some factual inaccuracies in a recent editorial (Ear Nose Throat J 2003;82:237).