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The Technology column in last week's issue incorrectly identified Walmart as a previous client of the company
Explaining the reason for the drive, Rasheed said that those parking their vehicles incorrectly and in the 'no parking areas' create a disturbance for others.
Councillor Michael McPake, convener of the infrastructure committee, said: "The high number of child car seats incorrectly fitted is very worrying, and highlights the need for parents and carers to get the correct advice on buying a suitable seat and making sure it is fitted correctly.
Hindi speaking states have been writing his name incorrectly. Most importantly his name is written as Bhim and Rao as two words, however, the correct way to write is Bhimrao, which is one name," he told ANI.
A notice about the audition in Thursday's Arts section incorrectly stated that the two roles were for African- American men.
The site has a box in which you can type in your name to see how Spicer would incorrectly pronounce it.
And in the season preview listing for Curious Theatre Company in Denver, Constellations was incorrectly attributed to Quiara Alegria Hudes; it's written by Nick Payne.
Three in five (60%) people incorrectly thought credit reference agencies make lending decisions themselves.
66) incorrectly stated that the Edge 800 SCT and VX mount sell together for $1,799.
Also, the article incorrectly stated the portion of total federal spending attributable to Social Security disability benefits awarded by administrative law judges.
In the October 2011 issue, on page 62 in the Top 49ers introduction, we stated incorrectly that 34 of the Top 49ers came in with 2010 gross revenues of more than $1 million.
In patients with prediabetes by OGTT criteria, Hb[A.sub.1c] classification by IEC criteria labeled 36% correctly, 6% incorrectly as having diabetes, and 59% incorrectly as being normal; ADA criteria labeled 61% correctly, 6% incorrectly as having diabetes, and 33% incorrectly as being normal; and VA/DoD criteria labeled 66% correctly, 1% incorrectly as having diabetes, and 33% incorrectly as being normal.