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Typos in the 11th edition

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On 4/7/2016 at 5:26 PM, Shmuel Gerber said:

Other than what is mentioned in the topic that can be found here, does anyone know of typographical errors (misspelled entries, wrong page numbers, or the like) in the index of RONR?

The index entry for "numbers of articles, sections, or subdivisions" gives p. 277, but the issue of numbering does not appear on that page. I believe the reference should be to pp. 598-99.

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6 hours ago, pwilson said:

The index entry for "numbers of articles, sections, or subdivisions" gives p. 277, but the issue of numbering does not appear on that page. I believe the reference should be to pp. 598-99.

Thanks.

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6 hours ago, TheGrandRascal said:

"Absentees who are present"...?!?

Yeek! Dude! Go look up the word absentee in a dictionary!

Good gravy Marie, that's a far worse error than any typo!

Where is this phrase alleged to appear?  Is it perhaps written on today's calendar?

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Guest Zev

The expression "absentees who are present" does not appear in the 11th edition nor in any of the previous ten editions. And Marie is doing just fine. Thank you.

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