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  • n. Plural form of inexactitude.


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  • UPDATE Yes, I know that Erskine May prohibits chaps from accusing other chaps of terminlogical inexactitudes in the House and so Mr Wilson's outburst would have been ruled out of order at Westminster.

    Heckling Obama

  • There, as a pundit who of America appeared to be as proud as of his Jewish roots, he felt no less affronted by solecisms, inexactitudes and gaffes, than by excesses of the politicians who abused the system.

    Gershon Hepner: William Safire

  • It also tapped into the lighter side of the dour-looking Mr. Safire: a Pickwickian quibbler who gleefully pounced on gaffes, inexactitudes, neologisms, misnomers, solecisms and perversely peccant puns, like "the president's populism" and "the first lady's momulism."

    Gershon Hepner: William Safire

  • In it he argues that Brown's usual trick of completely misrepresenting his opponent's position and then hammering away at it until it seeps into the public conscience is going to be much more difficult to achieve with hundreds or thousands of citizen journalists in the form of bloggers pulling apart his terminological inexactitudes.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Our methodology and delivery is summarized via the application of the formula of “deliberate inexactitudes”.

    The House Of Legominism | Disinformation

  • The Timesobit is written strongly enough in the Safire style--in one case he's described as "a Pickwickian quibbler who gleefully pounced on gaffes, inexactitudes, neologisms, misnomers, solecisms and perversely peccant puns"--that it makes you wonder if he drafted it himself.

    William Safire, 1929-2009

  • You now have every reason to doubt this sources' word on any and all inexactitudes they whisper in your shell like.

    Iain Dale: Sticking By His Thievery and Perjury

  • Youll forgive my historical inexactitudes, DArby retorted, intent on pursuing his argument and buggered if he was going to be lectured by some sort of irradiated rabbit, but the point I was trying to make is that if we get caught in the crossfire of a cyber war, were already history.

    The Edge of Madness

  • Or does this business about publishing terminological inexactitudes only apply to comments about opponents and not about you own candidates?

    EXCLUSIVE: Labour Breach Electoral Law in Ealing Southall

  • Edmondson has apologized for the "misstatements," and taken full responsibility for the inexactitudes.

    RadioShack's Edmondson Apologizes For Resume Flubs


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