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Following the incident the captain and crew members apologised repeatedly, insisting that it was a misprint.
ELVIS COSTELLO has warned his fans not to buy his latest album and said its price tag of more than pounds 200 "appears to be either a misprint or a satire".
Writing on his website, under the pseudonym The Right Reverend Jimmy Quickly, Costello told fans he was "unable to recommend" the album "as the price appears to be either a misprint or a satire."
Brace yourselves - the next sentence is not a misprint: i hear siMon coWell has turned, erm, nice!
But almost 40 years ago, another depiction of Christ provoked similar outrage after Billy Connolly joked there was a misprint in the Bible and the Last Supper took place in Glasgow's Gallowgate, not Galilee.
Unfortunately, gremlins in the works meant the email address for contacting him appeared with a misprint. It's a bit of a mouthful, but the correct address is: g.wilson2@2009.ljmu.ac.uk.
The Examiner motto, I might point out, is the Might of Right, a subtlety our cousins across the pond would probably think was a misprint.
The one-of-a-kind 1855 misprint was sold to a group of buyers who asked that their identities and the winning bid be kept confidential, said auctioneer David Feldman.
But LKA secretary Sudhakar Sharma has dismissed allegations of financial irregularities and termed the incident a " case of misprint".
The application notes contain recommended operating parameters for inline, batch, ultrasonic, stencil and misprint cleaning.