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New York Times corrects error after 26 years

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In 1985, a reader wrote the New York Times correcting a reporter’s use of the phrase “hansom cabs” to describe the horse-drawn carriages in Central Park. The reader pointed out that hansom cabs only have two wheels, whereas carriages have four. The Times published the letter, but continued to use the…
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