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  • n. Plural form of typo.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I may not be the most computer-savvy guy in the world, but I know enough that a self-proclaimed security program that self-installs and contains typos is not for real.

    I Been Hacked!

  • Is it cheating to include two typos from a single word?

    Five-typo feast of fail

  • Please do not send in typos and errors, we know the eARC is unproofed and the author doesn't need to be inundated with "corrections".

    eArc of ENDLESS BLUE is up

  • But complaining about the typos is just plain stupid and has given me just a little bit less respect for the publication because they didn't corral the reviewer in when he said, "One can only hope the numberous spelling errors will be corrected in the final version."

    Advance Review Copies

  • Apparently, the cause of typos is hitting a key on a corner and having the keystroke not regstr.

    Introducing the Gear-Driven Keyboard | Impact Lab

  • "Illterated" is not a word typos count if you want to be arrogant and punctuation goes before quotation marks.

    Microsoft shutting down ‘Halo Wars’ developer | Sync Blog

  • Such errors are usually called typos short for "typographical errors".

    Today's goooood word: typosquatting

  • They blithely ignore the research of theologists and lexicographers going back several centuries who point out omissions (both unintentional and otherwise), poor sourcing, and just plain typos in the translation of the original work and base their faith and subsequent interpretations of scripture on this beautifully poetic but flawed work.

    May 2005

  • William Gibson is soliciting typos from the hardcover edition of Pattern Recognition so that he can see that they're fixed in the paperback.

    Boing Boing: June 29, 2003 - July 5, 2003 Archives

  • It is to be noted that, in all instances in which the word typos indicates the similarity between something future and something past in either the physical or the moral order, this similarity is intended, and not a matter of chance resemblance.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 15: Tournely-Zwirner

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