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- n. Plural form of corrigendum.
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- n.pl. a list of printing errors in a book along with their corrections.
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- n. a list of printing errors in a book along with their corrections
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I will tell _you_ unhesitatingly of such 'corrigenda' -- nay, I will again say, do not humiliate me -- _do not_ again, -- by calling me 'kind' in that way.
I will tell you unhesitatingly of such 'corrigenda' ” nay, I will again say, do not humiliate me ” do not again, ” by calling me 'kind' in that way.
The complete program plus corrigenda is online and a list of medievalism-themed sessions has been previously posted to the blog and divided by day: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Has Mr Reece not heard of the Procurement Directive (97/52/EC) with its many additions and corrigenda?
Corrigenda, 27 (1981): 697; further corrigenda, 28 (1982): 697.
They have seen corrigenda for mbh and moberg, and they know that the hockey-stick publications in their journal are the basis of public policy.
Mr. Pembroke only wrote to our hero one letter, but it was of the bulk of six epistles of these degenerate days, containing, in the moderate compass of ten folio pages, closely written, a precis of a supplementary quarto manuscript of addenda, delenda, et corrigenda in reference to the two tracts with which he had presented Waverley.
In the first five of his 28 chapters he goes over the territory covered in Act One, but offers enough addenda and corrigenda to keep the narrative fresh.
(I eventually stopped counting the number of mistakes listed in the corrigenda to N. Avtonomova's article.)
In the corrigenda and addenda to Kippis's _Biographia Britannica_, prefixed to vol.iii. is the following note, under the head of _Berkeley_: