1. “The brothers Mario and Luigi, who appear in this and other Nintendo games, are plumbers, not janitors.”
2. “An article…misstated the subject of his 2012 movie ‘Mansome.’ It is about male grooming, not Charles Manson.”
3. “An article about Williamsburg, Brooklyn erroneously included products not sold at the store…Its merchandise does not include dandelion and burdock soda, lovage soda syrup or Early Bird granola.”
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7. “Orcrist was not, as Dickey had said, the name of the sword used by Bilbo Baggins in the Misty Mountains in ‘The Hobbit’; Orcrist was the sword used by the dwarf Thorin”
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9. “An earlier version of this article misstated the length of time E.B. White wrote for The New Yorker as five centuries.”
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