Error

[law] There are many kinds of error in law. Reversible error can lead to a judgment being overturned on appeal. Harmless error is distinguished from plain error in that if error is preserved by the making of a timely objection, the burden of proof is on the respondent to show that the error was harmless, but if error was not preserved, the ...
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error

Latin, meaning: erroris error, mistake, going astray / uncertainty / deception
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Error

(Latin) mistake; deception.
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error

Any mistake in the minting process which results in a different appearance than intended on the resulting coin(s).
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error

A coin, token, medal or paper money item evidencing a mistake made in its manufacture.
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Error

Is a mistake in terms of quantity, type of order, side of market (purchase or sale), security, or other condition of a trade.
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error

[n] - (computer science) the occurrence of an incorrect result produced by a computer 2. [n] - part of a statement that is not correct 3. [n] - a misconception resulting from incorrect information 4. [n] - departure from what is ethically acceptable 5. [n] - (baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when norma...
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Error

A misleading term: there is no mistake. This is actually the natural variation occurring in a sample.
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Error

The algebraic difference between the indicated and true value of the load being measured.
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Error

Errors may occur at points of signal regeneration as a result of timing signals being displaced from their optimum positions in time.
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Error

The difference between a result of a measurement and the true value of the measurand.
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Error

In a P.I.D system, error is the difference between demand and feedback having been multiplied by the Proportional term.
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Error

The difference between the value indicated by the transducer and the true value of the measurand being sensed. Usually expressed in percent of full scale output.
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Error

Er'ror noun [ Old French error , errur , French erreur , Latin error , from errare to err. See Err .] 1. A wandering; a roving or irregular course. [ Obsolete] « The rest of his journey, his error by sea.» B. Jonson. ...
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error

1. A wandering; a roving or irregular course. 'The rest of his journey, his error by sea.' (B. Jonson) ... 2. A wandering or deviation from the right course or standard; irregularity; mistake; inaccuracy; something made wrong or left wrong; as, an error in writing or in printing; a clerical error. ... 3. A departing or deviation from the truth; fal...
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error

mistake noun part of a statement that is not correct; `the book was full of errors`
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error

noun (baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed
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error

(erĀ“әr) a defect or mistake in structure or function.
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Error

• (n.) A fault of a player of the side in the field which results in failure to put out a player on the other side, or gives him an unearned base. • (n.) The difference between the observed value of a quantity and that which is taken or computed to be the true value; -- sometimes called residual error. • (n.) A wandering or deviation...
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error

(from the article `baseball`) ...into the air), ground balls (balls hit at a downward angle into the ground), and line drives (a ball that is close to and parallel to the ground). ...
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error

(from the article `Indian philosophy`) ...an act of inner perception (anuvyavasya). Knowledge either is memory or is not; knowledge other than memory is either true or false; and knowledge ... ...the other. If something is a fact of experience and yet ought not to be so—i.e., is rationally unintelligible—then this must be fals...
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error

(from the article `writ`) ...are those, such as the summons, used to initiate an action. Other writs may be used to enforce the judgment of a court (attachment, delivery) or ...
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error

in applied mathematics, the difference between a true value and an estimate, or approximation, of that value. In statistics, a common example is the ... [10 related articles]
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error

error 1. An act, assertion, or belief that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true. 2. The condition of having incorrect or false knowledge. 3. The act or an instance of deviating from an accepted code of behavior. 4. Something unintentionally done wrong; for example, as a result of poor judgment or lack of care. 5. A beli...
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Error

Usually a mis-made coin not intended for circulation, but can also refer to an engraving or die-cutting error not discovered until the coins are released to circulation. The mis-made coin errors are usually unique, but the engraving errors appear on all of the coins produced until the error is corrected.
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