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Your shower may be blasting you with germs: study
Mycobacterium avium is linked to pulmonary disease, causing symptoms such as a persistent drug cough, breathlessness and fatigue, and most often infects people with compromised immune system but can occasionally infect healthy people.
Your article uses the phrase “persistent drug cough” but I think you mean it to read “persistent dry cough.”
Yes. We corrected: GBU Editor
Festival-goers shower at the Paleo music festival in Nyon, Switzerland, July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud
Super Bowl champs Steelers get winning start
Was anyone from Reuters really at the game?? Or perhaps they had a few too many Iron City Beers.
New York’s September 11 museum to play martyrdom tapes
But former New York Governor George Pataki canceled the Freedom Center after critics, including survivors and relatives of the nearly 3,000 who died, said the museum should instead be dedicated exclusively to the day known as 9/11 and the 1993 truck bombing of the World Trace Center.
As an example of what will be included, Daniels said the 1979 invasion of the Soviet Union by Afghanistan was vital in understanding “the roots of Al Qaeda.”
China urges U.S. to halt surveillance near its shores
There is no such thing as an underground sonar array… obviously you meant to say “underwater sonar array”.
Suspect in U.S. model murder found dead in Canada
Please remind your reporter and editor that in the English language, pictures are “hung” and people are “hanged” to death. If the rope was around his neck, then the English word is hanged.
New Bentley revealed in USA
New Bentley unveiled in USA
What an embarrassment.
Sigh. I guess we may also have been trying for reviled? We corrected it to say unveiled: GBU Editor
U.S. home foreclosures set another record in July
Making timely payments keeps getting more harder for borrowers who have lost their jobs or seen their wages cut.
Has Reuters’ use of English sunk this low??
If you want the American public to take your journalists seriously, at least hire people who have basic grammar skills.
Costa Rican president has swine flu
So who is it that can’t spell? Soar is to fly. Sore is pain.
No matter whose mistake it was, we shouldn’t have let it through. We corrected: GBU Editor