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  • adv. In an errant manner.


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  • We also laud those who can admit when they errantly stole someone else's stone.

    The Riff: From 'SOUTH PARK' to 'POOCH CAFE': When a sense of plagiarism plagues comedy

  • As we tour Ho Chi Minh City's Ben Thanh fruit and vegetable market with Brown & Hudson founding partner Philippe Brown and a tour guide, we feast our eyes on dazzling displays of dragon fruit, rambutans and custard apples, along with plates of flapping fish, some errantly careering off metal plates into our pathway.

    Acquiring a Taste for the Spice of Life

  • Every year, people file suits alleging a litany of misdeeds by the D.C. government, including age discrimination, false arrest, improperly maintaining walkways, errantly tossing trash cans and driving over pedestrians.

    From 2007 to 2009, D.C. paid more than $50 million in legal settlements

  • "We kinda made a push at the end, but that last play I guess I was caught in the heat of the moment," guard Keaton Cole told the Asheville Citizen-Times after errantly calling a timeout when WCU was out of stoppages.

    Southern Conference

  • The President especially needs to stop his extreme over-reliance on inputs from men and women who 'studied' at the 'Bob Rubin School of Economics', a School whose theories and laissez faire 'curriculum' have for too long errantly dominated the nation's thinking when it comes to globalization and trade, the proper role of Wall Street, and the true economic and moral strength of this country.

    Leo Hindery, Jr.: What If Summers and Romer Are Wrong Again?

  • If they have a family cookout, they might let neighbors know, in case a relative errantly parks in a reserved spot or noise becomes a problem.

    Shared housing: How to live close to, and remain close with, the neighbors

  • PITTSBURGH (AP) - The first 11-10 game in NFL history shouldn't have ended that way, referee Scott Green said after a last-minute touchdown was errantly taken away from the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.

  • Field Judge: Doug RosenbaumSummaryBack to topReferee says officials errantly voided Steelers TD

  • That Mary errantly employed someone like Salisbury as her governess indicated the high status that the politically elite (save, at times, Henry VIII) was prepared to accord her.

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • This scapegoatism is exactly analagous to that which was errantly directed at Audi 20 years ago, BTW, in eerily similar circumstances including reporting media hellbent on hyperbolic exploitation of circumstances, with less than a full grasp of the laws of physics.

    Woman dies in speeding Toyota


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