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                    function.  The two input variables are the exception class
                    and the exception value, respectively.  (No other block will
                    actually link to the exceptblock if the function does not
-                   explicitely raise exceptions.)
+                   explicitly raise exceptions.)
 
 
 ``Block``
 Mutable objects need special treatment during annotation, because
 the annotation of contained values needs to be possibly updated to account
 for mutation operations, and consequently the annotation information
-reflown through the relevant parts of the flow the graphs.
+reflown through the relevant parts of the flow graphs.
 
 * ``SomeList`` stands for a list of homogeneous type (i.e. all the
   elements of the list are represented by a single common ``SomeXxx``
 
 Since RPython is a garbage collected language there is a lot of heap memory
 allocation going on all the time, which would either not occur at all in a more
-traditional explicitely managed language or results in an object which dies at
-a time known in advance and can thus be explicitely deallocated. For example a
+traditional explicitly managed language or results in an object which dies at
+a time known in advance and can thus be explicitly deallocated. For example a
 loop of the following form::
 
     for i in range(n):
 
 So far it is the second most mature high level backend after GenCLI:
 it still can't translate the full Standard Interpreter, but after the
-Leysin sprint we were able to compile and run the rpytstone and
+Leysin sprint we were able to compile and run the rpystone and
 richards benchmarks.
 
 GenJVM is almost entirely the work of Niko Matsakis, who worked on it