Thursday, December 23, 2004



Numerous misprints and typographical errors disfigure Robert C. Berring and Elizabeth A. Edinger, Finding the Law, 11th edition (St. Paul: West Group, 1999). But a repeated error on p. 301 cannot be ascribed to the typesetter, if typesetters exist anymore. (Proofreaders are also evidently a near extinct species.) Berring and Edinger are under the curious misapprehension that the word encyclopedia in English is both singular and plural:The singular is encyclopedia, the plural encyclopedias.

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