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Mike Himowitz's Plugged In column in the Business section yesterday incorrectly implied that the Apple PowerMac G5 computer uses an Intel processor. The G5 uses a PowerPC processor. The MacBook Pro uses an Intel Core Duo processor.

An article yesterday about Johns Hopkins Medicine's agreement with a cosmetics manufacturer misspelled the name of Dr. Amy Newburger, a Scarsdale, N.Y., dermatologist.

A column by Dan Rodricks in the Maryland section yesterday incorrectly stated that some of Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s Public Service Commission appointees are former power-industry executives.

An article in the sports section yesterday misidentified the runner-up in the Masters golf tournament in 2004. Ernie Els finished second to Phil Mickelson. A chart with the article misstated the year Mickelson won the tournament.

A photo caption yesterday on the first page of the Sports section misidentified University of Maryland women's basketball player Laura Harper as Crystal Langhorne.

An article in the Maryland section Wednesday mischaracterized how a federal prosecutor referred to two Baltimore police officers being tried on charges they dealt drugs on the city's Westside. The prosecutor described some of the people allegedly victimized by the officers as "animals" and the officers as "predators out in the jungle."

Brightview Senior Living appointed Ross Dingman as regional vice president and Nancy Abramson as marketing and sales associate. An item in Wednesday's Working section misspelled Dingman's name and gave an incorrect title for Abramson.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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