Erratum

Entertainment / Literature / Erratum: (pluralerrata): An error in a printed text that comes about from transposed letters, missing lines of text, or simple typesetting errors resulting from a printer or a printer's apprentice's mistake while assembling the text on the press. In Ben Franklin's Autobiography, he refers to the various mistakes in his own life charmingly as 'errata,' and he refers to his own life as a book written by God or the Deity.

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