However, it has many errors and biases. Please add to this list as you discover more:
The date for "eminent domain" is incorrect: 1883. The term was used as early as 1125, and means the government seizure of private property for public benefit, such as to build a courthouse, highway or shopping mall.
The date and description of pogrom is not precisely correct. Merriam-Webster provides a date of 1903 and calls it an organized massacre of helpless people. Pogrom is a Yiddish term used in Russian beginning in the late 1800s to describe an organized campaign of violence (not always a "massacre") against Jewish people in Russia.
"Capital" is poorly defined as accumulated goods, or the value of those goods, or net worth. It is more commonly used to mean liquid assets such as cash, stocks, bonds that can be easily used to acquire goods and services.
For a criticism of the dictionary treatment of the "Common Era," see CE.