inaccuracy


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inaccuracy

(ĭn-ăk′ūr-ăsē)
Inexactness as a result of measurement error.
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The second half began with Coventry pressurising the hosts' defence but this time Amps' organisation and their inaccuracy prevented any scores.
The Code of Practice and details of how to lodgan T inaccuracy to be corrected, all you have to do is: Email: paul.
Reading East Conservative MP Rob Wilson had written to the Trust's chairman Lord Patten asking whether it would be able to claw back any of the PS450,000 pay-off Mr Entwistle was given as a result of the inaccuracy initially given to the investigation sparked by the Jimmy Savile crisis.
The procedure that other gazetteer management systems on the market will use involves the emergency service identifying an inaccurac-y in the NLPG, at which point that inaccuracy will be sent to the National Hub as a candidate record.
Increasing the rubber pressure enables to observe its influence on bend angle inaccuracy.
I write to express my concern about a factual inaccuracy in the article "Nursing jobs squeezed" in the September 2010 issue of Kai Tiaki Nursing Zealand (p7).
It simply did not happen and Her Majesty questioned the need for such a dramatic inaccuracy.
1 : lack of correctness or exactness <I pointed out the inaccuracy of his statement.
Findings showed an 85 percent inaccuracy rate for medication lists given upon admission.
The document must contain an inaccuracy that results in:
Councillors from the home town of Duncan Edwards were left red-faced yesterday after a glaring inaccuracy on a sympathy card from them suggested they weren't quite sure which anniversary of the Munich air disaster they were commemorating.
Variation in process execution and technology leaves a company at risk of inaccuracy in procedures and audit controls.