November 04, 2006

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In an article in yesterday's editions of The Sun about the Johns Hopkins University, Dean of Undergraduate Education Paula Burger's name was misspelled.

A headline on an article in yesterday's Movies Today section misspelled the name of the programming manager of the Maryland Film Festival. He is Skizz Cyzyk.

An article in yesterday's Maryland section mislabeled the profession of the person accused of theft by former Western Maryland principal Diane L. McFarland, who herself was convicted of theft in federal court. The target of her accusation was an employee with the Success For All Foundation, according to prosecutors.

An article in yesterday's editions incorrectly reported how many people hold oystering licenses in Maryland. The correct number, according to the state's Department of Natural Resources, is 530.

An article in Wednesday's Anne Arundel section misspelled the middle name of the stillborn son of Karen Fedor and Jerry Moore. His name was Gavin Alder Moore.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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