See also:mistake, a departure or deviation from what is true, exact or right . For the legal
See also:process by which a
See also:judgment could be reversed on the ground of error, known as a " writ of error," see WRIT and
See also:APPEAL . The words " error excepted " or " errors and omissions excepted " (contracted to " E.E." " E . & O.E."), are frequently placed at the end of a statement of account or an
See also:invoice, so that the accounting party may reserve the right to correct any errors or omissions which may be subsequently discovered, or make further claims in respect of them . In
See also:mathematics, " error is the deviation of an observed or calculated quantity from its true value . The calculus of errors leads to the formulation of the "
See also:law of error," which is an
See also:analytical expression of the most probably true value of a series of discordant values (see PROBABILITY) .
ERROLL (or ERROL), FRANCIS HAY, 9TH EARL OF (d. 163...
JOHANN SAMUEL ERSCH (1766–1828)
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