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An article final Sunday concerning the security of New York Metropolis’s new supertall towers misstated the occupancy standing of Trump World Tower. It acquired a ultimate certificates of occupancy from the New York Division of Buildings in 2005; it isn’t amongst numerous properties working below a brief certificates of occupancy.
An article on Web page 26 this weekend concerning the authorized battle between the writers Daybreak Dorland and Sonya Larson misstates the GrubStreet writing middle’s motion after Dorland’s preliminary questions on potential plagiarism. It did reply; it’s not the case that she acquired no response. The article additionally misstates Dorland’s ideas on what might occur if she loses the courtroom case. Dorland mentioned she fears that Larson would be capable to sue her for copyright infringement ought to she publish her letter to the top recipient of the kidney donation chain, not that she fears that Larson may be capable to sue her for copyright infringement ought to she write something about organ donation.
An article on Sept. 19 about metabolism overstated what is understood concerning the variety of labs that carry out a technique to measure metabolism throughout day by day life referred to as “doubly labeled water.” A small variety of labs — not solely 9 — make use of it recurrently.
An editorial final Sunday about reforming federal election legislation misstated the get together affiliations of the presidents who appointed the Supreme Courtroom justices who served on the electoral fee of 1877. Two of the justices had been aligned with Democrats and three with Republicans; they weren’t appointed by two Democrats and three Republicans.
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