Corrections: July 29, 2021 – The New York Times

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An article on Tuesday about flooding in China misstated the location of the Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University in China. It is in Suzhou, not Xian.

An article on Sunday about Spains rejection of some applications for citizenship by descendants of Sephardic Jews expelled during the Spanish Inquisition described incorrectly Sephardim within the context of Europe. They are one of the continents main Jewish ethnic divisions, not one of the two Jewish ethnic divisions of Europe.

An article on Monday about a cyclist from the Netherlands who mistakenly thought she won a road race misspelled her given name. She is Annemiek van Vleuten, not Annamiek.

An obituary on Tuesday about the musician and conductor Elliot Lawrence misstated the number of Broadway musicals for which he served as musical director after his work on How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. It was seven, not eight. It also erroneously included 1776 among them. Peter Howard was the musical director of that show, not Mr. Lawrence.

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Corrections: July 29, 2021 - The New York Times

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