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misprint in Newspapers, printing, publishing topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmisprintmis‧print /ˈmɪs-prɪnt/ noun [countable]  TCNMISTAKEa small mistake, especially a spelling mistake, in a book, magazine etcsee thesaurus at mistake
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misprintGalway might be a misprint for Galloway, so that the herd was in fact White Galloways.It can't really cost £20 - it must be a misprint.I thought it must have been a misprint.In the last sentence, "unclear" is a misprint for "nuclear".It's always risky writing about misprints.Dmitri had been checking it for misprints and left it to get messed up like this.Greater care, also, in the proofreading would have prevented a number of misprints in the presentation material.So here, and it comes out even in the misprints.