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Tuesday, January 24, 2006

A Jan. 22 article misstated the name of a nonproliferation expert at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. He is Mark Fitzpatrick, not Mark Fitzgerald.

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Because of incorrect information supplied to the Sunday Source, a Jan. 22 article about U Street incorrectly said that Branford Marsalis recently performed at Cafe Nema. It was his brother Delfeayo Marsalis who performed there.

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The Jan. 22 Mini Page about the Winter Olympics in Italy contained the following errors: It indicated that all European Union countries use the euro. Only 12 E.U. countries (Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal and Spain) use the euro; the others have national currencies. It said Florence is in southern Italy; the city is in northern Italy. And it said the Basilica of St. Peter is the largest church in the world; the largest is the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast.

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A Jan. 21 article misstated the number of seats required to hold a two-thirds majority in the Iraqi parliament. The correct number is 184, not 182.

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The Jan. 21 Metro section listed an incorrect Mega Ball number for the Jan. 20 Mega Millions lottery drawing. The Mega Ball number was 46. The other winning numbers were 18, 22, 28, 44 and 53.

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A Jan. 21 Real Estate column misstated the date of a poll of baby boomers. The poll was conducted in November 2005, not in 2004.

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