The judge corrected a grave error made by the jury.
These included creating misleading error messages and introducing technical bypasses that deprived QuickTime of the opportunity to process certain types of multimedia files. In some instances, users were left with the false impression that QuickTime was not functioning properly when, in reality, Microsoft never allowed QuickTime the chance.
Error always addresses the passions and prejudices; truth scorns such mean intrigue, and only addresses the understanding and the conscience.
In TempWorld there is no tolerance for error, no protection for a job less well done, ... Social Darwinism is at work, and competition for resources is fierce.
There is going to be no room for margin of error in terms of flying again if there is not a high level of confidence that the problems we know about are solved.
This is an embarrassing episode. He will have plenty of time to reflect on his error of judgement.
What once might have been a rounding error is suddenly seen as a critical part of the core business.
We just have zero margin for error. We don't have any depth. We need for everyone to play well in order to have a chance to succeed.
If you look at the causes of the accidents, quite a few of them are operator error. We need people to be diligent and follow the rules of the road and drive more defensively.
[On Monday afternoon, the PGA Tour accepted responsibility for the error.] We did make an incorrect interpretation, and communicated it to John, ... It was an unfortunate incident.
An error on the part of poll workers pressing the wrong button to activate voting machines prevented many from voting in the Democratic primaries.
At what point does inadvertent billing error cross the line to become fraud? That's the problem with computer systems -- they work on averages.
There is a smaller margin for error today in hiring and promoting people into key positions, and a greater need to target development efforts to ensure that they really make a difference. A bad senior-level hire or promotion can severely damage a company's external brand, affecting customer trust and loyalty, and resulting in lost commercial opportunity.
There's no margin for error when you play them. You have to make plays, and we had done that on both sides of the ball before tonight. It's tough to consistently move the ball on them. We didn't handle their tackles at all.
We have a very small margin of error. We have to work on the things we can control, and we can control poor foul shooting.
He made a terrible error in judgment. The program is very clear, and we're proud of it in the NFL. You're responsible for what's in your body.
It's been a lot of trial and error. Every morning I come in with my fingers crossed.
When these false prophets again appear, they can be reminded of the error of their previous ways and at least be offered an opportunity to recant and repent.
An error gracefully acknowledged is a victory won.
The trauma of the Sixties persuaded me that my generation's egalitarianism was a sentimental error. I now see the hierarchical as both beautiful and necessary. Efficiency liberates; egalitarianism tangles, delays, blocks, deadens.
Error is just as important a condition of life as truth.
Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also.
This will not happen again, ... This was an error of judgment. I've learned a lot.
It is only an error in judgment to make a mistake, but it shows infirmity of character to adhere to it when discovered.
A new maxim is often a brilliant error.