technical error

tech·ni·cal er·ror

that component of experimental error that is due to the conduct of the experiment and in principle estimated by replicate determinations on aliquots from the same specimen.
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But in a statement, he said this provision was a 'technical error' that his office is now correcting.
"Based on our review, we have determined that the technical error you have inquired above arose in October 2018.
BAGHDAD / NINA /- Basra Operations Command confirmed on Wednesday that the fire at Al-Hartha power station in Basra resulted in a technical error and did not give any adverse effects on power generation.
GREAT Britain's disqualification from the men's 4x400m relay at the European Athletics Team Championships after a reserve shot putter was named in the line-up by mistake has been blamed on a "technical error".
"There was a technical error with the declaration process, we're exploring what happened," said UK Athletics performance director Neil Black.
DAMASCUS, Syria -- A Syrian pro-government newspaper is reporting 26 soldiers, including seven officers, have been killed in an explosion blamed on a technical error in central Syria.
Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob has claimed that an incident, where non-Malay reporters were ejected from a Lembah Pantai Umno division meeting yesterday, was a 'technical error'.
The Beeb blamed "a technical error" for their on-screen mistake, adding: "We've ensured the footage won't be broadcast again."
The Press Trust of India said quoting defense sources that the crash was due to technical error. The news comes amid reports that Pakistani jets violated Indian air space in Nowshera sector in the border district of Rajouri.
Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford, who wrote to NHS ForthValley about the matter, has received a letter informing him that a technical error had resulted in calls being diverted to the surgery's former premises.
Summary: His name was pulled out on account of a technical error.

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