erratum

[ ih-rah-tuh m, ih-rey-, ih-rat-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF erratum

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Yet all this terrible reproach is only founded on an Erratum!

It must be confessed that this was an accident or misfortune—rather than an Erratum!

Page 78: "Ackermann's" has been corrected in accordance with the Erratum on page xviii.

The erratum noted after the list of illustrations has been fixed.

In this Project Gutenberg eText the erratum has been applied.

Thus was the first deleatur of pricking conscience duly heeded by Franklin, the Printer; the first erratum revised.

Lully, at the close of a bad prologue said, the word fin du prologue was an erratum, it should have been fi du prologue!

"Wood" in all editions, though designated as an erratum by Pope in his small edition of 1736.

An erratum, ever to be regretted, is certainly quite unexpected, on a gravestone.

So, for once, M. Michelet has an erratum to enter upon the fly-leaf of his book in presentation copies.

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