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Then Corbin recorded the second out, walked Nick Ahmed, walked Pavin Smith, yielded a single to Wyatt Mathisen and hit Andrew Young with an errant fastball.
Rory McIlroy hit his dad with an errant approach shot on No.
Poor Gerry McIlroy was rewarded for cheering his on in person by getting hit with an errant shot from Rory, but he appeared to take it in stride.
CalGEM has also struggled to impose financial penalties on errant companies.
According to CalGEM documents the news organizations obtained through public records requests, errant firms have left leaking wells, tanks, sump ponds and other problems across the state, posing threats to public health and wildlife.
Under Faulconer, police ramped up enforcement of a law meant to address errant trash cans – only they used it on homeless San Diegans.
To be checkmated by an 'errant' pawn in the very middle of the board is a most ignominious way of losing the game.
For two days he had faced death, fighting like a legionary or a knight-errant, and in short playing the hero.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST
Chasing an errant swarm of bees is nothing to following a naked lunatic when the fit of escaping is upon him!
DRACULABRAM STOKER
He ought to have been born six or seven hundred years ago, he would have made a delightful knight-errant.

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